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The Life of Richard Nathaniel Wright

Summary: The literature of Richard Nathniel Wright was shaped by his poverty and childhood growing up in the South and facing racism and discrimination. His two most-famous works are "Black Boy" and "Native Son."
In the contemporary age in which the human race lives, it is hard to appreciate ideas and ideals which are outdated and of which are never heard. Yet, the principality of this lies within the coming, or rather going, of these ideas. Like slavery, racism is something that is considered no longer prevalent. The writers, politicians, activists, poets, artists, and singers that brought forth an effort that was to abolish the ideas of white supremacy and African inferiority are no longer truly appreciated by many, even less so now by the ones toward which these efforts were directed. The many who had spent their entire life devoted on such a cause should not be overlooked, as ancient as their presence might seem. On September 8th in the year of 1908 on a small farm just twenty-five miles from the town of Natchez, Richard Nathaniel Wright...

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