Richard Wright - History - 1957 - 288 pages
As Pagan Spain portrays midcentury Spain as a country of tragic beauty, political oppression, and contradictions, Wright amalgamates at once polemic, travel narrative, history ...
Richard Wright - Fiction - 1993 - 336 pages
An autobiographical sketch and five short stories by the author, who was born on a Mississippi plantation, which focus on the plight of his people.
Richard Wright - Fiction - 1953 - 629 pages
Cross Damon, trapped within his own blackness, flees from Chicago's South Side to Harlem, where he joins the Communist Party.
Richard Wright - Study Aids - 2002 - 72 pages
Get your "A" in gear! They're today's most popular study guides-with everything you need to succeed in school. Written by Harvard students for students, since its inception ...
Dick Hobbs, Richard Wright - Social Science - 2006 - 399 pages
Fieldwork is widely practiced but little written about, yet accounts of the exotic, mundane, complex, and often dangerous are central to not only sociology and anthropology but ...
Richard Wright - Social Science - 1956 - 245 pages
The expatriate, one of America's greatest black writers, giving a bold assessment of the world's outlook on race, a report of the Bandung Conference of 1955.
Richard Wright - Social Science - 1997 - 154 pages
Based on no-holds-barred interviews with active armed robbers in St. Louis, Missouri, this groundbreaking volume sheds new light on the process of committing armed robbery.