Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Devil in a Blue Dress The novel Devil in a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley is an important contribution that addresses physical violence, War, sexual perversity, animal symbolism, racial prejudice, money, and survival strategies. Mosley’s first chapters address the Second World War and are set in Los Angeles. By including Easy’s experiences with white men, Mosley’s work interestingly explores the implications of segregation and racial discrimination in the legally separated black and white communities. In his work, Mosley shatters the notion that racism is easily understandable. “Daphne has a predilection for the company of Negroes. She likes...