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The art of Richard Wright

by Edward Margolies

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Published by Southern Illinois Univ. Pr. in Carbondale .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Series(Crosscurrents. Modern critiques)
ContributionsWright, Richard, BeteiligteR, Moore, Harry T., BeteiligteR
The Physical Object
PaginationVI, 180 Seiten
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26529945M
ISBN 100809303450
ISBN 109780809303458
OCLC/WorldCa251266286

Wright's and author of Richard Wright, a biography by Constance Webb (G.P. Putnam, ). This group contains copies of correspondence between Wright and a number of friends, members of his family, and business associates during the period It includes typescripts of a number of Wright's articles and speeches which served as.   Writer Richard Wright spent the last eighteen months of his life writing thousands of haiku. In the introduction to the book Haiku: The Last Poems of an American Icon, his daughter recalls watching him work: He was never without his haiku binder under his arm.

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  Unhappy with his art, Richard Wright destroyed all of his paintings in the late s and gave up painting altogether for two years. Returning to the Author: Bob Duggan. Richard Wright Biography His father was a black sharecropper; his mother, a school teacher. In , when cotton prices collapsed at the outbreak of the war, Wright's father was one among thousands who traveled North to the industrial centers; he got as far as Memphis, where .


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Art of Richard Wright. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Richard Wright; Richard Wright; Richard Wright; Rishi Sativihari; Richard Wright: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Margolies; Harry T Moore.

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