In "Everything That Rises Must Converge," how does Julian show the important theme of hypocrisy?
Julian shows his hypocrisy in his attitudes, beliefs, prejudices, and actions. For instance, Julian accuses his mother of and condemns her for racist condescension while openly practicing condescension by trying engage a man on the bus solely because of his race. Julian advocates the liberality of his views while being selfish and mean and illiberal of understanding of and compassion for his mother.
Julian prejudicially accuses his mother of living in a fantasy world, that being her recollections of the life she was reared in, while fantasizing about humiliating and...
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