Racism in the Switching Heart plus the Kite Runner

So how does15404 a fictional work end up being read away of their time and place and still stand for and generate culturally significant ideas and attitudes? Make reference to two texts you have researched. BY GEORGIA-MAE O'BRIEN

Racism is the discriminatory or violent behaviour toward members of another competition. As Australians we have observed firsthand the devastation that comes along with racism and wreckage of people, that being the oppression with the Aboriginal people in our world and to a smaller extent, those of the German and Oriental migrants after World Battle 2 . Our history is usually riddled with many accounts of racist behaviour and our literature shows as much, racism is noticeable not only in our history but in our present time, the message portrayed through the two present and past literature is that racism is not something that should happen and is therefore pointless. Other civilizations also have examples of racism and degradation within their pasts and literature. The message goes beyond cultural boundaries and is relevant out of its unique context. The Shifting Heart by Richard Beynon plus the Kite Athlete by Khaled Hosseini are two text messaging which come by not only different time periods yet also different cultures, but nevertheless presents an insight into the mindset of racism and its patients and that the usage of racist oppression and destruction is unnecessary and contains a negative effect on both the persons and the contemporary society which this stems from. The Shifting Cardiovascular by Richard Beynon is targeted on the oppression of Italian language immigrants nationwide, in the 1950s after the end of World Warfare Two. Focusing on that of a family group who wish to integrate into Australian society, it seems like as though the society they would like to integrate into is mostly unaccepting of them. Both fences happen to be representative of the 2 sides of the society they are integrating into, one area is completely shut off – the fencing with the barbed wire – and implies that some areas of the culture will never change and never agree to people of the...