Battle Royal (part 2)

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  • Last Two Standing
  • I'll break your behind
  • I got my money on the big boy.
  • For them?
  • Getting the Money
  • Get the money. That's good hard American cash!
  • These niggers look like they're about to pray!
  • This ought to be good.
  • Delivering the Speech
  • We of the younger generation extol the wisdom of that great leader and educator, who first spoke...
  • Louder! Louder!
  • What?
  • The narrator did not realize until after it was too late that the last two men standing in the ring were expected to slug it out for the winner's prize. The whole time they were "slugging" it out, the white men were yelling ugly things at them.
  • Receiving the Brief Case
  • This is a good, smart, boy... I wish to present him a prize in the form of this first-class article from Shad Whitmore's shop.
  • After the fight, the white men forced the blacks to grapple for coins on an electrified rug. The blacks thought the coins were actual money they were getting for the fight. However, that was not the case. The coins were actually brass pocket tokens advertising certain make of an automobile. (this was not noticed until everything was done and over with) The white men kept yelling and picking at the young black boys while they were grappling for this "money".
  • The Dream
  • hahahaha
  • This was the whole reason the narrator ended up in the fight. He was invited to come here for this exact moment. While delivering his speech, the white men would interrupt him and ask him to repeat his self several times just so they could get a laugh out of it.
  • Created and Illustrated By:
  • The briefcase was one of leather material and from Shad Whitmore's shop. It held a scholarship to the a state college for Negroes. Receiving this brief case was a great triumph for the narrator. He had finally felt safe from his grand father's final words.
  • The narrator dreams of him and his grandfather at the circus which his grandfather laughs at nothing. Not even the clowns. However, when the narrator opens his brief case and reads the letter aloud, the grandfather laughs and laughs until the narrator wakes up with the laughing still ringing in his ears. It turns out his grandfather may still haunt him after all. The narrator and his accomplishments seem to be a joke to the people and they are degrading him of what he could really do.
  • Keep this nigger- boy running
  • BRIANA CARTER
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