Table of contents for Richard Wright's Black boy (American hunger) : a casebook / edited by William L. Andrews , Douglas Taylor.


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Introduction
Interview
1. This, Too, Is America, Charles J. Rolo
Contemporary Critical Responses
2. Richard Wright Looks Back: Harsh, Forbidding Memories of Negro Childhood and Youth, W.E.B. Du Bois
3. A Tragic Situation, Lionel Trilling
4. Portrait of a Typical Negro?, Mary McCarthy
5. Richard Wright's Blues, Ralph Ellison
Scholarly and Critical Assessments
6. The Metamorphosis of Richard Wright's Black Boy, Janice Thaddeus
7. From Experience to Eloquence: Richard Wright's Black Boy as Art, Charles T. Davis
8. Literacy and Assent: Richard Wright's Black Boy, Robert B. Stepto
9. An Apprenticeship to Life and Art: Narrative Design in Wright's Black Boy, John O. Hodges
10. Creation of the Self in Richard Wright's Black Boy, Yoshinobu Hakutani
11. "Shouting Curses": The Politics of "Bad" Language in Richard Wright's Black Boy, Jennifer H. Poulos
12. Richard Wright: "Wearing the Mask", Timothy Adams
13. The Horror and the Glory: Richard Wright's Portrait of the Artist in Black Boy and American Hunger, Horace A. Porter
Suggested Reading



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Wright, Richard, -- 1908-1960. -- Black boy.
Authors, American -- Biography -- History and criticism.
African American authors -- Biography -- History and criticism.
African American youth -- Biography -- History and criticism.
Wright, Richard, -- 1908-1960 -- Childhood and youth.
African American men -- Intellectual life.
Autobiography.