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  • American Hunger Throughout His Book
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    Black Boy When a person thinks about hunger, food comes to mind. We never think of hunger as anything else. In Richard Wright's book Blackboy, a young boy faces many different types of hunger. He refers to the phrase 'American Hunger' throughout his book. I feel that the 'American Hunger' which he is referring to is the hunger to be considered an American and be treated as an equal. Throughout his life he was treated as if he were from another planet. He was always considered to be different, an...
  • Hatred Between The Whites And Blacks
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    The Library Card, by Richard Wright is a strong essay on how books can affect and influence readers. Richard Wright writes that his first experience of the real world is accomplished through novels. He read an article criticizing H.L. Mencken and it tempted him to read some of his books. The article labeled Mencken as a fool. Wright wanted to know what this man had done to cause such hatred against him. I wondered what on earth this Mencken had done to call down upon him the scorn of the South. ...
  • Maurice Sendak And Richard Eglinski
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    December 10, 1998 Maurice Sendak and Richard Egielski Maurice Sendak and Richard Egielski are two very talented artists. Maurice Sendak is very well known for his writing and illustration of children's books. Richard Egielski is also very talented illustrator of children's books. Both of these men have won many awards and critical acclaim for their work. Maurice Bernard Sendak was born on June 10, 1928 in Brooklyn, New York. He grew up in a poor Brooklyn neighborhood. His parents were Jewish imm...
  • Richards Photographs
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    A freelance photographer, writer and a teacher, Eugene Richards is a storyteller of the common people. Twice named U.S. magazine photographer of the year, he is often considered one of the worlds best documentary photographers for his hard hitting explorations of our society. Richards currently works with Time Life, national history and the New York Times and is the author of nine books including below the line, American we and the knife and gun club. All in which he uses a combination of photog...
  • Richard Nixon
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    The author of In Search of Nixon, Bruce Mazlish, a professor of history, received his Ph. D. from Columbia University. Western intellectual and cultural history as well as science and technology are his areas of interest and expertise. He is also intrigued with the culture of capitalism and history of the sciences. He is an authority in the interdisciplinary field of psycho history as well as historical methodology. He has recently tried at an effort to conceptualize global history. He is a fell...

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