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Black Boy a Record of Childhood and Youth

Richard Wright's novel Black Boy, written in 1944, is a nonfiction story about the chaotic ruined patchwork of personal history. The life of the main character and author of the book, Richard Wright, is filtered by a cyclical survivalism tied to the overarching theme of the oppressed. The entirety of Black Boy is probably about the inescapable stagnancy of being forever in a placeless psychological geography, while Wright is moved by his own character's...


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