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Bryant, Earle V. "The Transformation of Personality in Richard Wright's 'The Man Who Lived Underground,'" in CLA Journal, Vol. 23, No 4, 1990, p. 379.

Gilman, Richard "The Immediate Misfortunes of Widespread Literacy," in Commonweal, Vol 74, No 5, Apri128, 1961, p. 130

Hakutam, Yoshinobu. "Richard Wright's 'The Man Who Lived Underground,' Nihilism, and Zen," in Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 47, No.2, Spring, 1994, p 213

Hansen, Harry. A review of Cross Section in New York World Telegram, May 31,1944

Margolies, Edward The Art of Richard Wright, Southern Illinois University Press, 1969, p. 81.

North, Sterling. A review of Cross Section in Chicago Sun, June 4, 1944, sec. 5, p. 2.

Watkins, Patricia D. "The Paradoxical Structure of Richard Wright's 'The Man Who Lived Underground,'" in Black American Literature Forum, Vol 23, No 4, Winter 1989, p.767.

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