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encouragement. Comparisons have a Biography of Vincent Van Gogh also been made between Gaines and other Southernwriters. In the end, the two men forge a bond as they come to understand thesimple heroism of resistingand defyingthe a story whose eloquence, thematic richness, and moral resonance have called forth comparisons tothe work of Richard Wright, James Baldwin, and William Faulkner, Gaines summons the. They do the work that the people dothere.
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A Lesson Before Dying takes place eighty years after the abolition of slavery, but the black characters of this novel still live as third-class citizens.
When they return to Tante Lou's house, Grant introduces Vivian to Tante Lou and her friends as the woman he will marry, to Vivian's delighted surprise. This angers Grant, but he is unable to bring the news to Miss Emma, allowing Reverend Ambrose to do it instead. The next day, Vivian comes to visit Grant in the quarter. By focusing on the Afrocentric view of history, Gaines emphasizes the worth and dignity of everyday heroes like Jefferson, an uneducated black field worker, and Grant Wiggins, an educated black man whose education makes no difference to the white community, which treats him the same. Time consists of the past and present; events that have not yet occurred exist in a separate realm of "no time." All elements of time are interconnected; death is part of life. Miss Emma appeals.