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Mother

Mother

In Passing, Nella Larsen suggest through the word “mother,” that motherhood hinders Irene’s ability to be with Clare, which is important because it shows how…

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Mother

Mother

In Passing, Nella Larsen suggest through the word “mother,” that motherhood hinders Irene’s ability to be with Clare, which is important because it shows how…

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Packard Limousine

Packard Limousine

Packard Limousine shows up in the Nella Larsen’s Passing. In the same passage that talks about rumors of Clare Kendry getting into a rich white…

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Negro Welfare League

Negro Welfare League

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Mother

Mother

The image displayed above is two mothers and their children on a farm and portrays the love that they have for their children, despite the conditions…

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Nigger

Nigger

Counter Protester with her daughters at civil liberties rally by black people, Bogalusa, Louisiana, 1965   In the image above it is portrayed that the…

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Children

Children

Irene’s boys are her foundation and she loves them enough to protect them from the dangers of what the world has to offer. As a…

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Boys

Boys

The word boys in the novel are essential because it portrays how young and innocent Irene’s sons are. Irene tries to protect and conceal them…

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Westerners

Westerners

In the novella, westerners are not seen as people that are capable to have much knowledge. They are frowned upon and also classified to be…

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Packard Limousine

Packard Limousine

Packard Limousine shows up in the Nella Larsen’s Passing. In the same passage that talks about rumors of Clare Kendry getting into a rich white…

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