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The Resource Readings on Native son, Hayley R. Mitchell, book editor

Readings on Native son, Hayley R. Mitchell, book editor

Label
Readings on Native son
Title
Readings on Native son
Statement of responsibility
Hayley R. Mitchell, book editor
Title variation
  • Readings on Richard Wright
  • Native son
  • Greenhaven Press literary companion to American literature
  • Greenhaven Press literary companion to American literature
  • Greenhaven Press literary companion to American literature
  • Greenhaven Press literary companion to American literature
Title variation remainder
  • Native son
  • readings on : Native son
  • readings on Richard Wright : Native son
  • Richard Wright : Native son
  • Native son
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
813/.52
Illustrations
maps
Index
index present
LC call number
PS3545.R815
LC item number
N3435 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Greenhaven Press literary companion to American literature
Label
Readings on Native son, Hayley R. Mitchell, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-180) and index
Contents
  • The art of Native son. Wright's craft is as important as content in Native son / Joyce Ann Joyce -- The American Black man's experience is reflected through imagery in Native son / James A. Emanuel -- The violence of the beast: animal imagery in Native son / Robert Felgar -- Wright's allusions to color-blindness in Native son / Seymour L. Gross -- The conclusion of Native son is often misunderstood / Paul N. Siegel -- Characters in Native son. Wright's male heroes an female characters are archetypes / Maria K. Mootry -- Wright's minor women characters are more sympathetic than the men / Kathleen Ochshorn -- Bigger Thomas is a product of mass culture / Ross Pudaloff -- Bigger Thomas wants to be heard / James A. Miller -- Bigger Thomas represents the social plight of the lower classes / James Robert Saunders
  • Cont.: The power of place in Native son. Native son is set in a gothic ghetto / Robert Butler -- Man's need for community: the failure of the city in Native son / Charles W. Scruggs -- Urban racism causes Bigger's irrationality / Seodial Deena -- Religion, racism and violence: themes in Native son. Native son is a novel of religious skepticism / Robert L. Douglas -- A missed clue proves the existence of racism in Native son / Doyle W. Walls -- Native son is a novel of revolt / Steven J. Rubin -- Explaining the violence of Native son / Jerry H. Bryant -- Violence in Native son shocks readers into awareness of White oppression / Laurel J. Gardner
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
186 p.
Isbn
9780737703207
Isbn Type
(lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
Lccn
99053746
Other physical details
port.
Label
Readings on Native son, Hayley R. Mitchell, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-180) and index
Contents
  • The art of Native son. Wright's craft is as important as content in Native son / Joyce Ann Joyce -- The American Black man's experience is reflected through imagery in Native son / James A. Emanuel -- The violence of the beast: animal imagery in Native son / Robert Felgar -- Wright's allusions to color-blindness in Native son / Seymour L. Gross -- The conclusion of Native son is often misunderstood / Paul N. Siegel -- Characters in Native son. Wright's male heroes an female characters are archetypes / Maria K. Mootry -- Wright's minor women characters are more sympathetic than the men / Kathleen Ochshorn -- Bigger Thomas is a product of mass culture / Ross Pudaloff -- Bigger Thomas wants to be heard / James A. Miller -- Bigger Thomas represents the social plight of the lower classes / James Robert Saunders
  • Cont.: The power of place in Native son. Native son is set in a gothic ghetto / Robert Butler -- Man's need for community: the failure of the city in Native son / Charles W. Scruggs -- Urban racism causes Bigger's irrationality / Seodial Deena -- Religion, racism and violence: themes in Native son. Native son is a novel of religious skepticism / Robert L. Douglas -- A missed clue proves the existence of racism in Native son / Doyle W. Walls -- Native son is a novel of revolt / Steven J. Rubin -- Explaining the violence of Native son / Jerry H. Bryant -- Violence in Native son shocks readers into awareness of White oppression / Laurel J. Gardner
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
186 p.
Isbn
9780737703207
Isbn Type
(lib. bdg. : alk. paper)
Lccn
99053746
Other physical details
port.

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