The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
On the other hand, all Negroes looked similar to white men but white men did not usually bother to fix the face of a Negro in their minds. So the white man said, "What you want, Reverend?"
The familiar joking title nettled him. "I am not a minister," he said. [...]
The deputy was like other white men in that a clearly enunciated speech maddened him. (2.10.78-80)
Mick whispered to Portia, "What's your father's name?"
"He named Benedict Mady Copeland."
Mick leaned over close to Doctor Copeland and shouted in his face as though he were deaf.
"Benedict, don't you think some hot coffee would make you feel a bit better?" (2.10.45-48)