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Coles, Robert, Black Writers Abroad: A Study of Black American Writers in Europe and Africa, Garland Publishing, 1999.

Coles catalogues the African American writers who left the United States over the course of two centuries, examining their reasons for moving abroad and the impact of the decision on their work.

Crossman, R. H. S., ed., The God That Failed, Columbia University Press, 2001.

Wright is one of six contributors to this collection of essays by respected writers, all of whom had first embraced and later renounced communism. The authors relate their personal experiences with communism and their reasons for rejecting it. André Gide of France and Arthur Koestler of Germany are among the other contributors to what is widely considered an important record of cold war issues.

Lewis, David L., ed., The Portable Harlem Renaissance Reader, Penguin USA, 1995.

This volume of short fiction, essays, memoirs, drama, and poetry...

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