Compare the treatment of race in the work of two southern writers

Race emerges as an issue in southern modernist prose. compare the treatment of race in the work of two southern writers. How visible is the issue of race in their works? How important is it for the development of the story?

the stories are: A rose for emily & Barn burning, both by William Faulkner. & Sweat by Zora Hurston.

thesis: Southern writers express the differentiation and division of roles and races in southern communities, Faulkner modifies language with a larger pride (white pride) on the other hand Hurston uses descriptive language including herself as part of the community.Conduct a well research about the topic and give relevant information.

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