Baines teaches Detroit Red the symbolism of language through the contrast of the two words, "black" and "white." He suggests that society views the white man as the definition of "white" and the black man as the definition of "black."
This clip explains how to create a strong descriptive writing piece by engaging the senses through words. It explains that evoking emotion with clever use of diction is key to illustrating the book in the reader's mind. The clip provides concrete examples from real works to support its claims.