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This website shares that pioneering African-American writer Richard Wright is best known for the classic texts "Black Boy" and "Native Son. Anne Sexton, Richard Wright Author, Pink Floyd, African American Writers, Native Son, Black Authors, Writers And Poets, Black History Facts, African Diaspora

Richard Wright

Pioneering African American writer Richard Wright is best known for the classic texts 'Black Boy' and 'Native Son.'

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30 Books You Should Read Before You're 30

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Richard Wright, Black Boy

Wright's autobiography, with powerful portraits of both his childhood struggles in the racist south of the '20s and his fitful political and intellectual awakenings after a move to Chicago.

Native Son by Richard Wright. Modern Library, The novel tells the story of Bigger Thomas, a black American youth living in utter poverty in a poor area on Chicago's South Side in the Black History Books, Black Books, Good Books, Books To Read, My Books, African American Literature, Native Son, Modern Library, Book Jacket

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Haiku: This Other World by Richard Wright

Haiku: This Other World by Richard Wright is my favorite book of poetry. I have carried it with me like a bible and obsessed over its pages during the darkest periods of my life.—Stephen A., via Facebook

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Richard Wright's Unfinished Work Hits the Stands

The controversial and celebrated novelist Richard Wright died nearly five decades ago, and he left behind the unfinished novel, A Father's Law. His daughter, Julia, helped finish that book, which is being released today.

About Richard Wright: Richard Nathaniel Wright was an African-American author of powerful, sometimes controversial novels, short stories and non-fiction. African American History Timeline, African American Literature, African American Art, African History, Richard Wright Author, Native Son, Black Authors, Photo Archive, Black History

10 of the Most Precocious Authors in Literary History

The 150th anniversary of Edith Wharton’s birth has brought all sorts of fun biographical information to our attention. For example, we recently learned about her favorite childhood game ̶…

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Richard Wright-- "For the longest time and without realizing it, I was a very angry Bigger Thomas."

Novelist Richard Wright, singer and actor Paul Robeson, and jazz/swing band leader Count Basie all collaborated on an ode to boxer Joe Louis, "King Joe" Richard Wright Author, Joe Louis, African American Culture, Soul Train, Renaissance Men, People Of Interest, Opera Singers, African Diaspora, Interesting Faces

Three heralds of African-American culture: novelist Richard Wright, singer Paul Robeson, and bandleader Count Basie.