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“Superb.... A great American writer speaks with his own voice about

matters that still resonate at the center of our lives.” (New York Times

Book Review)“A visceral and unforgettable account of a young black

manâ€s coming of age in the American south in the bitter decades before

the civil rights movement.” (Guardian)“In this poignant and disturbing

book one of the most gifted of Americaâ€s younger writers turns from

fiction to tell the story of his own life during the nineteen years he

lived in the South.” (New York Times) Richard Wright grew up in the

woods of Mississippi amid poverty, hunger, fear, and hatred. He lied,

stole, and raged at those around him; at six he was a 'drunkard,'

hanging about in taverns. Surly, brutal, cold, suspicious, and selfpitying,

he was surrounded on one side by whites who were either

indifferent to him, pitying, or cruel, and on the other by blacks who

resented anyone trying to rise above the common lot. Black Boy

is Richard Wright's powerful account of his journey from innocence to

experience in the Jim Crow South. It is at once an unashamed confession

and a profound indictment—a poignant and disturbing record of social

injustice and human suffering. See all Editorial Reviews

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