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Robert A Bone, The Negro Novel in America, revised edition, Yale University Press, 1965, pp. 141-52.

Ralph Ellison, "Richard Wright's Blues," in The Collected Essays of Ralph Ellison, ed John F. Callahan, Modem Library, 1995, pp. 128-44.

Maryemma Graham and Jerry W Ward, Jr., "Black Boy (American Hunger): Freedom to Remember," in Censored Books Critical Viewpoints, edited by Nicholas J. Karolides, Less Burress, and John M. Kean, Scarecrow Press, 1993, pp. 109-16.

Sinclair Lewis, review in Esquire, June 23, 1945.

Edward Margolies, The Art of Richard Wright, Southern Illinois University Press, 1969.

Ronald Sanders, "Richard Wright and the Sixties," in Midstream, Vol. XIV, No 7, August/September, 1968, pp 28-40.

Lionel Trilling, review in The Nation, April 7, 1945.

Roger Whitlow, "Chapter 4. 1940-1960, Urban Realism and Beyond" in Black American Literature: A Critical History. Nelson Hall, 1973, pp. 107-46.

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