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Critical essays on Richard Wright's Native son

Author: Keneth Kinnamon
Publisher: New York : Twayne Publishers ; London : Prentice Hall International, ©1997.
Series: Critical essays on American literature.
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This is a collection of critical essays on Richard Wright's "Native Son" by Edwin Berry Burgum, Donald B. Gibson, James Nagel, Paul N. Siegel, James A. Miller, Charles Scruggs, and other writers.
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Named Person: Richard Wright; Richard Wright
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keneth Kinnamon
ISBN: 0783800134 9780783800134
OCLC Number: 36126537
Description: xi, 258 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Kenneth Kinnamon --
Reviews: The Case of Bigger Thomas / Malcolm Cowley --
Change the World: Dick Wright Gives America a Signifiant Picture in "Native Son" / Mike Gold --
Books Reviews: Native Son, by Richard Wright / Ralph Ellison --
The Negro Novel: Richard Wright / David L. Cohn --
Native Son and Revolution / J.R. Johnson (C.L.R. James) --
Insight, Courage, and Craftmanship / Sterling A. Brown --
Negro Novel and White Reviewers / Burton Rascoe --
Reprinted Citicism: The Promise of Democracy and the Fiction of Richard Wright / Edwin Berry Burgum --
Wright's Invisible Native Son / Donald B. Gibson --
Images of "Vision" in Native Son / James Nagel --
The Conclusion of Richard Wright's Native Son / Paul N. Siegel --
Composing Bigger: Wright and the Making of Native Son / Joseph T. Skerrett, Jr. --
Bigger Thomas's Quest for Voice and Audience in Richard Wright's Native Son / James A. Miller --
Tone in Native Son / Robert J. Butler --
An American Hunger / Andrew Delbanco --
The City Without Maps in Richard Wright's Native Son / Charles Scruggs --
Original Essays: Native Son, Pudd'nhead Wilson, and Racial Discourse / Yoshinobu Hakutani --
The Politics of Spatial Phobias in Native Son / Caren Irr --
On the Lower Frequencies: Sound and Meaning in Native Son / Alessandro Portelli.
Series Title: Critical essays on American literature.
Responsibility: edited by Keneth Kinnamon.

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This is a collection of critical essays on Richard Wright's "Native Son" by Edwin Berry Burgum, Donald B. Gibson, James Nagel, Paul N. Siegel, James A. Miller, Charles Scruggs, and other writers.

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