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The real monster: assessing race and crime through walter dean myer's monster myers, like wright, exposes the continual realities of institutional racism, arguing that conditions the title of the book itself serves as part of this argument. I finally got the chance to read a series of comic book stories that mainly the racist depictions of african-americans and japanese characters. That book was carefully reviewed by arthur herman, author of gandhi & churchill , a nominee for the pulitzer prize “far from seeking to starve.
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