Native Son

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 1940 - African American men - 394 pages
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Native Son has captured, as no other novel has, the powerful emotions and suffering, the frustrations and yearnings, the restlessness and hysteria, of all the Bigger Thomases.
  

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User Review  - Smiler69 - LibraryThing

""There he is!" the mother screamed again. A huge black rat squealed and leaped at Bigger's trouser-leg and snagged it in his teeth, hanging on. "Goddamn!" Bigger whispered fiercely, whirling and ... Read full review

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I'd been meaning to read this one ever since I read Black Boy in high school English (let's not think about how long that's been)--I was expecting a powerful book with insightful things to say about ... Read full review

Contents

BOOK ONE
7
BOOK Two
93
BOOK THREE
254
AFTERWORD by John Reilly
393
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