The Little Yellow Dog & The Long Goodbye
Every human being must have a set of moral codes. These morals are usually set out by the people and environments that one finds themselves surrounded by. Easy Rawlins, the main protagonist in The Little Yellow Dog by Walter Mosely, is exposed to crime at an early age, and is surrounded by it for most of his life. On the other hand, Philip Marlowe, the main
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of challenges. For Easy Rawlins and Philip Marlowe, in their quest for true justice, they are forced to defy the law in many ways. With their defiance comes numerous challenges. Included in these challenges are ones of physical, mental, and social significance. They battle to the best of their abilities, not for themselves, but for the greater good of society. As men, these two surpass both the expectations of their families and society in general.