Asians are considered smart, because they tend to excel above and beyond that of most other people. This is a stereotype, because a lot of the time, it’s true.
Blonds are dumb. This is a bit less so as far as what is considered true. Because I have never met a consistently ‘smart’ blond, does that mean that the stereotype is true. Of course it does. Should we blanket all blonds as being dumb? No, of course not.
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One example would be the debacle with Mr. Lindner not wanting them to move to the neighborhood. The reason for this is because there is a stereotype that black people bring bad things and people with them at that they will disrupt the neighborhood. You see a few more times, where Willy runs away with the money, that is a loose stereotype, in that it shows a black man performing a crime against someone without regards to who they are.
While stereotypes are present throughout the book, they are not as obvious as in some other books. There are many times that stereotypes are referenced, but they are generally not the obvious, such as, the racial prejudice of white people. The white people in Clybourne Park do not want the black people there, because they do not like black people. This, is in and of itself a stereotyping reaction to black people as well. They are shown as being interpreted as bad and bringing bad things with them, such as crimes and being rowdy.
In conclusion, I believe that stereotypes are quite prevalent in the book. Frequently, if not most, of the time the stereotypes are either indirect or are loosely