Richard wrights Black boy?
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Black Boy - Richard Wright
…He would say of his effort in Black Boy, "If I could fasten the mind of the reader upon words so firmly that he would forget words and be conscious only of his response, I felt that I would be in sight of knowing how to write narrative. I strove to master words, to make them disappear..." His ability to do that is a major achievement of Black Boy, a book virtually uncontaminated by his old rhetoric. In Native Son there was too much forensic
slag, too many set pieces, a prose racing in all directions, and an explanatory moral. Five years later, Wright has freed himself of his revolutionary slogans and all that went with them; he has grown into his craft and his sense of his life's meaning.
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