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(6.) As I discuss below, Robert Johnson begins the novel as a dialect speaker, but by the church meeting, he has established himself as a "standard"-speaking bourgeois black.
In Dixon's notoriously racist novel, the only prominent black dialect speakers die, and George Harris, Jr., the cultured, Northern-educated African American, is clearly represented as the "standard"-speaking standard bearer for the black race in the twentieth century.