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Black Boy

A Record of Childhood and Youth

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At four years of age, Richard Wright set fire to his home; at five his father deserted the family; by six Richard was - temporarily - an alcoholic. Moved from home to home, from brick tenement to orphanage, he had had, by the age of twelve, only one year's formal education. It was in saloons, railroad yards and streets that he learned the facts about life under white subjection, about fear, hunger and hatred. Gradually he learned to play Jim Crow in order to survive in a world of white hostility, secretly satisfying his craving for books and knowledge until the time came when he could follow his dream of justice and opportunity in the north.
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"Before he was 40, Wright dominated literary America, publishing four books in seven years, each a triumph in its genre. His first novel, Native Son (1940), sold at the rate of 2,000 copies a day, making Wright the first best-selling black writer in the country's history. Black Boy (1945), his memoir of his Southern childhood, was a bigger success, selling more than a half-million copies" New York Times "A compelling indictment of life in the Deep South between the wars" Daily Telegraph "An angry chronicle of a bright black rebel growing up in the Jim Crow southlands: a landmark in the literature of Black America" The Times
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 272
Erscheinungsdatum 01.07.2000
Serie VINTAGE CLASSICS
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-09-928506-9
Verlag Random House UK
Maße (L/B/H) 198/128/20 mm
Gewicht 198
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