Black Boy-Richard Wright
Richard Wright's now classic 1945 autobiography offers a powerfully profound and honest description of his childhood in the racially charged South, his eventual move to Chicago to pursue his career as a writer, and his involvement with the Communist Party.
Publisher: HarperCollins 2020 [75th Anniversary Edition] 425 pages
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