… the prevalence of strong, anti African American racial discrimination within the US as compared to the degree to which it soared during the 18 and early 19 centuries.
People living within contemporary society prevalently perceive the character of Cinque as being rather heroic, this being primarily due to the comparable decline of racism within contemporary societal parameters. The protagonists strong sense of survival, which later turns out to be the metaphoric kiln for the determination that eventually induces him to scheme and activate a plan for oppressing the oppressors, is more than enough to ensure that contemporary viewer opinion will strongly be in favor of Cinque as a hero. It is, however, also apparent that there will be a certain faction who, probably as a result of strong racial decree within their psyche, will see the character of Cinque as being rather immoral, villainous and evil.
There is indeed a certain group, within the college where I study, that, in so much as striving to maintain an obviously separate existence from the collective student body as well as other student bodies, ostensibly adheres to guidelines and parameters relevantly similar to those followed by Cinque and …