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A Biography of Richard Wright. Richard Wright is most notable for his novel Native Son, which was the first bestselling novel by a black American writer and the first Book-of-the-Month Club selection by an African-American writer. Wright truly helped launch African American literature from its struggling roots to being recognized as equally on-par with white American literature.

Author of Native Son and Black Boy, Richard Wright spent the first few years of his life in Natchez. Wright was raised by his grandparents and moved to Chicago as a youth

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Richard Wright (September 4, 1908 – November 28, 1960) was an African-American author of sometimes controversial novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction.

Richard Wright (September 1908 – November was an African-American author of sometimes controversial novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction.

Richard Wright's Love Letter to Paris  AUDIO -  In this brief monologue, the novelist Richard Wright sends home the most glowing postcard of France one could possibly imagine.

Richard Wright's Love Letter to Paris AUDIO - In this brief monologue, the novelist Richard Wright sends home the most glowing postcard of France one could possibly imagine.

Richard Wright

Here you will learn more about Richard Wright’s writing, published books and more.

Richard Nathaniel Wright (September 4, 1908 – November 28, 1960) was an African-American author

African-American literature -Richard Wright, photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1939

Richard Wright  sometimes I feel like a native son

Richard Wright's Unfinished Work Hits the Stands

Richard Wright September 1908 writer, Richard Wright, author of "Native Son" and "Black Boy" was born, 1908

Richard Wright Gouache and Ink Portrait on Vintage Paperback "The Outsider" (by familystyle)

Richard Wright Gouache and Ink Portrait on Vintage Paperback "The Outsider" (by familystyle)

As World War II swelled Chicago's black population, photographers Edwin Rosskam and Russell Lee—with the help of author Richard Wright—documented the changing city.

As World War II swelled Chicago's black population, photographers Edwin Rosskam and Russell Lee—with the help of author Richard Wright—documented the changing city.

Black Boy by Richard Wright | 31 Books You Need To Read If You Want To Understand The American South

31 Books You Need To Read If You Want To Understand The American South

Richard Wright, author of Native Son, wrote “Almos’ a Man”—he did not write “Most a Man."

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Planning for Black History Month? Try out "A Look at the Life of Richard Wright, Author of "Black Boy"" from Arthenia in which students travel from Mississippi to the literary cannon, learn about the life and struggle of Richard Wright.

Richard Wright: Inspired by the Neighborhood

Richard Wright: Inspired by the Neighborhood

Another reason Fort Greene/Clinton Hill is dope. Richard Wright's unmarked former home.

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