Interlok: Could Ridhuan Tee be right after all?

When a white novelist writes the dialogue of a black character, the condescension can make his reader cringe. Take the sample below: “I looks like gwine to heaven, an’t thar where white folks is gwine? S’pose they’d have me thar? I’d rather go to torment, and get away from Mas’r and Missis. I had so.” … Continue reading