Example: Conclusion Paragraph
Because Gracie Mae lives in a society dominated by white supremacist capitalist patriarchs, she does not receive the finanacial or social recognition her work merits. Instead, it is Traynor who reaps these rewards for a song that neither he or his audience understand. This disparity reflects the way that capitalism perpetuates racial appropriation and maintains the subordination of racial groups. While written as a fictional piece, Walker shows us that racism, oppression, and theft are as much alive in "1955" as they were 1492 and continue to be in 1997.