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Readings on Native son

Author: Hayley R Mitchell
Publisher: San Diego : Greenhaven Press, ©2000.
Series: Greenhaven Press literary companion to American literature.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An anthology of critical essays that provide a wide range of information and opinion about the 1940 novel "Native Son," and its author, Richard Wright.
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Named Person: Richard Wright; Richard Wright
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Hayley R Mitchell
ISBN: 0737703202 9780737703207 0737703199 9780737703191
OCLC Number: 42692179
Description: 186 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Wright's craft is as important as content in Native son / JOyce Ann Joyce --
The American Black man's experience is reflected through imagery in Native son / James A. Emanuel --
The violence of the beast: animal imagery in Native son / Robert Felgar --
Wright's allusions to color-blindness in Native son / Seymour L. Gross --
The conclusion of Native son is often misunderstood / Paul N. Siegel --
Wright's male heroes an female characters are archetypes / Maria K. Mootry --
Wright's minor women characters are more sympathetic than the men / Kathleen Ochshorn --
Bigger Thomas is a product of mass culture / Ross Pudaloff --
Bigger Thomas wants to be heard / James A. Miller --
Bigger Thomas represents the social plight of the lower classes / James Robert Saunders --
Native son is set in a gothic ghetto / Robert Butler --
Man's need for community: the failure of the city in Native son / Charles W. Scruggs --
Urban racism causes Bigger's irrationality / Seodial Deena --
Native son is a novel of religious skepticism / Robert L. Douglas --
A missed clue proves the existence of racism in Native son / Doyle W. Walls --
Native son is a novel of revolt / Steven J. Rubin --
Explaining the violence of Native son / Jerry H. Bryant --
Violence in Native son shocks readers into awareness of White oppression / Laurel J. Gardner.
Series Title: Greenhaven Press literary companion to American literature.
Responsibility: Hayley R. Mitchell, book editor.

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An anthology of critical essays that provide a wide range of information and opinion about the 1940 novel "Native Son," and its author, Richard Wright.

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