Table of contents for Richard Wright's Black boy / Harold Bloom, editor.

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Editor's Note
Introduction
	Harold Bloom
Richard Wright's Blues
	Ralph Ellison
An American Life
	Dan McCall
Black Boy: Richard Wright's "Tragic Sense of Life"
	Claudia C. Tate
From Experience to Eloquence: Richard Wright's Black Boy as Art
	Charles T. Davis
The Horror and the Glory: Richard Wright's Portrait of the Artist in Black Boy and American Hunger
	Horace A. Porter
Creation of the Self in Richard Wright's Black Boy
	Yoshinobu Hakutani
Call and Response: Intertextuality in Two Autobiographical Works by Richard Wright and Maya 
Angelou
	Keneth Kinnamon
Richard Wright's Black Boy and The Trauma of Autobiographical Rebirth
	Donald B. Gibson
Richard Wright's Struggle With Fathers
	Elizabeth J. Ciner
Richard Wright and the African-American Autobiography Tradition
	William L. Andrews
"They Don't Look So Good, Mistah": Realities of the South in Richard Wrights' Black Boy and Selected 
Short Fiction
	Warren J. Carson
Black Boy's Comedy: Indestructibility and Anonymity in Autobiographical Self-Making
	Petar Ramadanovic
Chronology
Contributors
Bibliography
Acknowledgments
 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Wright, Richard, 1908-1960. Black boy.