Richard WrightBook - 2009
Presents a collection of criticism and analysis of the works of the twentieth-century African-American novelist.
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Richard Wright found a variety of sources of inspiration for his novels. Marxist, existentialist, Freudian, and Black Nationalist leanings can be found in his enduring and much-studied works, including Black Boy, Native Son, and Uncle Tom s Children. This collection of critical essays features an introduction by literary scholar Harold Bloom.