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Bakish, David, Richard Wright, Frederick Ungar Publishing Company, 1973.

Bone, Robert, Richard Wright, University of Minnesota Press, 1969.

Felgar, Robert, Preface, in Richard Wright, Twayne Publishers, 1980.

JanMohamed, Abdul, "Rehistoricizing Wright: The Psychopolitical Function of Death in Uncle Tom's Children,'" in Richard Wright, edited by Harold Bloom, Modern Critical Views Series, Chelsea House Publishers, 1987, pp. 190-228.

Kazin, Alfred, "Too Honest for His Own Time," in New York Times, December 29, 1991.

Kinnamon, Keneth, "Lawd Today and Uncle Tom's Children, " in The Emergence of Richard Wright, University of Illinois Press, 1973, pp. 112, 116.

Margolies, Edward, "The Short Stories," in The Art of Richard Wright, Southern Illinois University Press, 1969, pp. 72-73.

McHenry, Elizabeth, "Literature, African American," at http://www.africana.com/Articles/tt_251.htm (last accessed February, 2002).

Smethurst, James, "Black Arts Movement," at http://www. african.com/Articles/tt_438.htm (last accessed July 26, 2001).

Yarborough, Richard, "Introduction," in Uncle Tom's Children, HarperPerennial, 1993, p. xxvii.

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