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'Powerful as [Richard Wright] was - is - as a writer, nobody can surpass him in doing certain kinds of writing...
Wright, RichardRichard Wright was born near Natchez, Mississippi, in 1908. As a child he lived in Memphis, Tennessee, then in an orphanage, and with various relatives. He left home at fifteen and returned to Memphis for two years to work, and in 1934 went to Chicago, where in 1935 he began to work on the Federal Writers' Project. He published Uncle Tom's Children in 1938 and was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in the following year. His other titles include his autobiography, Black Boy (1945), and The Outsider (1953). After the war Richard Wright went to live in Paris with his wife and daughters, remaining there until his death in 1960.
Numero di Pagine:
Random House UK
Data di pubblicazione:
18 marzo 2021
Dimensioni del collo:
0.194 x 0.13 x 0.039 m; 0.4 kg