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    Otherness in Claude McKay's "White House" Poem

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    Claude McKay's "White House"

    Analyze the following:
    1. Explain how otherness is represented in this work.
    2. Discuss the author's perspective on otherness.
    3. Identify who the other is in this work.
    4. Explain what or who makes them other.

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    1. First off, as you briefly explain how otherness is represented in this work, Mc Kay's "The White House" uses the symbol of America's government in its title to show how minorities are "othered" from America's political and social platforms as Mc Kay ...

    Solution Summary

    Otherness examples in Claude McKay's "White House" are briefly identified using textual evidence. 250 words of brainstorming ideas are presented to validate.