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James Baldwin, "Many Thousands Gone," in Partisan Review, Vol. XVIII, 1955, pp. 665-80.

David Bradley, "On Rereading Native Son," in The New York Times, December 7, 1986, pp. 68-79.

Robert Butler, Native Son: The Emergence of a New Black Hero, Twayne Publishers, 1991, 132 p.

Ralph Ellison, "The World and the Jug," in New Leader, Vol. XLVI, December 9, 1963, pp. 22-6.

Hilary Holladay, "Native Son's Guilty Man," in The CEA Critic, Winter, 1992, pp. 30-6.

Irving Howe, "Black Boys and Native Sons," in A World More Attractive, Horizon Press, 1963, pp. 98-110.

Joseph Hynes, "Native Son Fifty Years Later," in Cimarron Review, January, 1993, pp. 91-97.

Maria K. Mootry, "Bitches, Whores, and Woman Haters: Archetypes and Typologies in the Art of Richard Wright," in Richard Wright: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Richard Macksey and Frank E. Moorer, Prentice Hall, 1984.

Charles Poore, review in the New York Times, March 1, 1940, p. 19.

Theodore Solotaroff, "The Integration of Bigger Thomas...

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