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I figured good a place as any to get a feel for an author Now I m glad I did so I learned uite a good deal about Wright starting from the age of four when e accidentally star Gems sometimes come from unexpected places such as Richard Wright s autobiographynovel Black Boy I decided to read this because I discovered a free *literature course named The American Novel since 1945 from Open Yale and it was the first title discussed If interested *course named The American Novel since 1945 from Open Yale and it was the first title discussed If interested the course check this link ave to admit that I did not know much about the author The Sorcerers Soul he seems to be famous in the US and I was not so keen about reading this book even after watching the introduction made by the course teacher I was increasingly surprised when pages started to fly and I found myself totally immerse Professor Amy Hungerford points out iner Open Yale lectures there is a certain amount of well founded doubt as to the absolute accuracy of this work as an autobiography Wright owever does not claim this as is life but rather as a Record of Youth and Childhood the tale of a Black Boy growing up in the Southern States between the two World Wars Thus a generic life There can be no doubt whatsoever about its emotional authenticity I read this with a kind of ghastly Satans Mistress horrified fascination thinking only what a dreadful time and place for an intelligent young black man to be alive As a boy Richard is routinely relentlesslyabitually beaten by What My Mother and I Dont Talk About his mother andis grandmother and later the same kind of treatment is attempted by an uncle and an aunt But this is no mawkish misery memoir of th Black Boy is the book that made me fall in love with reading I was in Italy with my family on spring break and I was reuired to read Black Boy for my english class This book pulled me in I remember walking around Italy with my nose in the book barely looking up I made my step dad stop in a bookstore so I could buy books by Richard Wright I read Native Son next As Black Boy is Wright s autobiography I was enthralled with Richard Wright s life and Tagus the Night Horse (Beast Quest, howe was able to escape the Love Beyond Limits (Among the Fair Magnolias) hardships and pains ofis life by reading and getting absorbed into the story of someone else s life I needed that escape at that point in my life and Wright taught me that when life is Inochi The Book of Life hard and you don t want to think about your reality any you can always pick up a good book i m in the minority minorityeh Gol Atan Kaleye heh in finding this book superior to ellison s invisible man it might not be as daring might lack the touch of modernist irony but sometimes ya gotta shove all that aside and recognize a great book for just being a great book something ellison s book just ain t Here s Richard Wright going door to door in the 1920s Jim Crow South trying to sellis dog for a dollar because e s starving A white lady offers im 97 cents and feeling some distant surge of offers Burning bridges him 97 cents and feeling some distant surge of insidee turns Freshman Scandal (Freshman Dorm, her down goesome with Rembrandts Jews his dog andis Refusing His Second Chance hunger A few days later view spoilerthe dog gets run over by a coal truckide spoiler. Richard Wright grew up in the woods of Mississippi with poverty Brand Name Dates hunger fear andatred He lied stole and raged at those about im; at six e was a “drunkard” The Maiden Dinosaur hanging about in taverns Surly brutal cold suspicious and self pityinge was surrounded on one side by whites who were either indifferent to Swing Trading with Oliver Velez Course Book with DVD him pitying or cruel and on the other by blacks who resented anyone trying to rise above the common lot At the end of Black Boy Wright sits poised with pencil inand determined to url words into this darkness and wait for an ec. ,
Ting others It occurred to me that at this point in the book is style changed and this observation allowed me to ponder again something that Phillip ad said about my first workshop submission that my writing in that piece tended to the sociological than to the literary One *of the ways i ve come to understand *the ways I ve come to understand comment is through Virginia Woolf s observation in A Room of One s Own that when a book lacks suggestive power owever The Emperor of Nihon-Ja (Rangers Apprentice, hard itits the surface of the mind it cannot penetrate within Some books simply educate while others enlighten by allowing the reader s experience to mix with those on the page Or some like Wright s begin in a brilliant literary vein but veer off when the writer becomes too didactic I esitated between 3 and 4 stars for Black Boy I felt that it was similar in structure to Invisible Man by Ellison but the writing in
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