What is the theme of "Aloha Oe," by Jack London? Is it race?
I would agree with you that the theme of this story is race and the way that race is constructed and perceived by society. (There is, I think, also an element of commentary on attitudes towards gender and class.) It is very interesting that London wrote this story given that he is seen as something of a racist himself. You would certainly not get that idea from this story.
The central point of this story is that people (both the people who live in Hawaii...
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