1945; Harper & Brothers Publishers; hardback with black boards and gilt lettering on spine; Stamped "U.S. Government Property" "Circulating Library, St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington D.C." It's a bit rough conditon but very readable and with a real story to tell.
Black Boy, A Record of Childhood and Youth by Richard Wright is a powerful memoir that chronicles the author's struggles to rise out of poverty and racism in the Jim Crow South. Through vivid and heartbreaking detail, Wright shares his journey of self-discovery and resilience, exploring the harsh realities of oppression and the power of education. This classic work of literature is an essential read for anyone interested in African American history and literature.
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