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Black Boy is an autobiographic novel of the writer Richard Wright written in the year 1945. While navigating through the plot of this autobiographic novel, one can find the stories of a deprived childhood, the relationships between races in the South and author’s gradual transfer to Chicago where his insights of life instigates him to join the Communist Party gradually and explore his career as a writer. In this novel, amid many themes and motifs Hunger both physical and mental has appeared recurrently. Physical hunger is assertive in the novel by repetitive mention of Richard’s craving for good and more food. However, the motif of hunger which is non-physical or mental in the memoir surfaces out a number of times as well. Richard is hungry for socio-political issues, he is hungry to learn more and he reads medical journals at night after a tiresome day at his menial jobs. Richard is hungry for literature and art. Physical hunger is a mere symbol in the novel indicating a huge space or vacuum in the society. His eventual conclusion that food is very less important as regards to the much more serious problems faced by the world indicates his mental hunger and craving for his food for thought (Wright 280-335).Unplugging Philco is a novel by Jim Knipfel published in the year, 2009. It is a fictitious novel where Knipfel portrays an anonymous attack at the near future from Australia on America. America declares war on Australia due to the fictitious attack named ‘The Horribleness’…. s section of the novel particularly assumes a dehumanized or animal standpoint in the novel which is very much pitted against humanity (Lautraeamont 60-120). Example of Hunger in the book Black Boy by Richard Wright Black Boy is an autobiographic novel of the writer Richard Wright written in the year 1945. While navigating through the plot of this autobiographic novel, one can find the stories of a deprived childhood, the relationships between races in the South and author’s gradual transfer to Chicago where his insights of life instigates him to join the Communist Party gradually and explore his career as a writer. In this novel, amid many themes and motifs Hunger both physical and mental has appeared recurrently. Physical hunger is assertive in the novel by repetitive mention of Richard’s craving for good and more food. However, the motif of hunger which is non-physical or mental in the memoir surfaces out a number of times as well. Richard is hungry for socio-political issues, he is hungry to learn more and he reads medical journals at night after a tiresome day at his menial jobs. Richard is hungry for literature and art. Physical hunger is a mere symbol in the novel indicating a huge space or vacuum in the society. His eventual conclusion that food is very less important as regards to the much more serious problems faced by the world indicates his mental hunger and craving for his food for thought (Wright 280-335). Relation of the Book Unplugging Philco by Jim Knipfel with Post 911 Unplugging Philco is a novel by Jim Knipfel published in the year, 2009. It is a fictitious novel where Knipfel portrays an anonymous attack at the near future from Australia on America. America declares war on Australia due to the fictitious attack named ‘The