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  • The name Richard Wright may not mean much in the big scheme of World music, but the band he was a member of is big in the scheme of World Music.

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  • But I have to say, if there is no problem with teaching Native Son by Richard Wright, which is horrifyingly graphic in its description of

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  • To paraphrase Richard Wright on Gertrude Stein, Hillary Raphael "has realized the difference between Today and Tomorrow."

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  • Moreover, WPA projects provided enough income to make it possible for many artists to continue careers, making them today's canonized icons, such as Richard Wright, Orson Welles, Aaron Copland, Dorothea Lange and Jackson Pollack.

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  • "Richard Wright:" Wearing own reading experiences. the Mask, "in Telling Lies in Modern American Au - A Cumulative Author / Title Index lists the au - tobiography (University of North Carolina Press, thors and titles covered in each volume of the NfS 1990), 69-83; excerpted and reprinted in Novels for series.

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  • Thus you have a piece by Richard Wright describing, with what the Library of America's editors characterize as dubious fidelity, scenes of Harlemites spontaneously marching behind anti-Nazi placards after Joe Louis's destruction of Max Schmeling.

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  • The literary influences Obama cites include radical anti-imperialists like Fanon and Malcolm X, communists like Langston Hughes and Richard Wright, and tyrant-loving fellow travelers like W.

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  • It was with a sigh similar to Virginia's that Richard Wright boarded a transatlantic liner in New York in 1946.

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  • The literary godfather of several writers was Carl Van Vechten, whose novel "Nigger Heaven" 1926 did much to excite interest in Harlem life among what the leading writer of the next generation, Richard Wright, called, between gritted teeth, "burnt-out white Bohemians with money."

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  • Click on the video to see incredible interviews with the 2010 awards presenters/authors Sara Paretsky on Gwendolyn Brooks and Haki Muhubuti on Richard Wright, and photographer Art Shay on Nelson Algren.

    Elysabeth Alfano: Behind the Scenes at the Chicago Literary Awards

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