Introduction / Harold Bloom - Critical Extracts: James Baldwin / Irving Howe / Ralph Ellision / Houston A. Baker, Jr. / Sherley Anne Williams / Charles T. Davis / Nina Kressner Cobb / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. / Charles Johnson -- How "Bigger" Was Born / Richard Wright -- Native Son and Three Kinds of Revolution / Edward Margolies -- Bessie's Blues / Edward A. Watson -- Native Son / Kenneth Kinnamon -- Richard Wright and Native Son: Not Guilty / Dorothy S. Redden -- Bigger Thoms: The Symbolic Negro and the Discrete Human Entity / Charles De Arman -- Native Son and Mass Culture /. Ross Pudaloff -- The Function of Violence in Native Son / Robert James Butler -- Wright's Crime and Punishment / Tony Magistrale -- The Narrative Presence in Native Son / Laura E. Tanner -- Alienation and Creativity in Native Son / Valerie Smith -- Misogyny and Appropriation in Native Son /. Alan W. France.
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