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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 41 related to 12 Million Black Voices: A Folk History of the Negro in the United States.    

Native Son

Richard Wright - Fiction - 1940 - 504 pages
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Pagan Spain

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 ...
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Uncle Tom's Children

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.
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The Outsider

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.
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Native Son

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 ...
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The Flesh Remembers

Richard Wright - Fiction - 2006 - 140 pages
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The SAGE Handbook of Fieldwork

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 ...
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The Color Curtain: A Report on the Bandung Conference

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.
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Armed Robbers in Action: Stickups and Street Culture

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.
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