Richard Wright's Native son /

Other Authors: Bloom, Harold.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York : Bloom's Literary Criticism, c2009.
Edition: New ed.
Series: Bloom's modern critical interpretations.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Bigger's great leap to the figurative /
  • Kathleen Gallagher
  • From St. Petersburg to Chicago : Wright's Crime and punishment /
  • Tony Magistrale
  • Misogyny and appropriation in Wright's Native son /
  • Alan W. France
  • The veil of black : (un)masking the subject of African-American modernism's "native son" /
  • Kimberly W. Benston
  • Everybody's healing novel : Native son and its contemporary critical context /
  • Alessandro Portelli
  • Mastering the master's tongue : Bigger as oppressor in Richard Wright's Native son /
  • Lale Demiturk
  • The power of place : Richard Wright's Native son /
  • Desmond Harding
  • To blot it all out : the politics of realism in Richard Wright's Native son /
  • Damon Marcel DeCoste
  • Spectacle and event in Native son /
  • Jonathan Elmer
  • Backstage and onstage : the drama of Native son /
  • Hazel Rowley
  • "A lot depends on what judge we have" : Native son and the legal means for social justice /
  • Mark Decker.