Based on this excerpt, how did wright feel about his final boyhood encounter with his father
a. regretful of his actionsb. angry and bitter at the situationc. as if he had unfinished businessd. certain that he achieved closure
I believe the answer is C.
Based on this excerpt, Wright feels about his final boyhood encounter with his father as if he had unfinished business
The expression I had the feeling that I had had to do with something unclean is the one that gives the principal idea of that feeling of unfinished business as well as the expression I would stare at it, feeling that it possessed some vital meaning which always eluded me here the character has the sensation that there's something there that he can fully understand and hopes to find the answer someday.
as if he had unfinished business
Based on this excerpt from the Black Boy, Wright felt that as if he had unfinished business about his final boyhood encounter with his father.
The Black Boy is Richard Wright’s memoir and accounts the story of his youth when he was still living in the South.