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by Charles Stevenson Wright (Author). That was one of the greatest novels of the past century and comparison to it is high praise indeed.
by Charles Stevenson Wright (Author). Katie Crouch's "Abroad" is no "Secret History" -- but it's a pretty darn good read on its' own merit. A small town in Italy called Grionia is home to a little known University most famous for the international group of students (predominantly female) that flock there for a year or more. Some come to get away, some to find themselves and others simply are looking for trouble.
In 1993, Wright's novels were collected in a publication again titled Absolutely Nothing to Get Alarmed About: Complete Novels. Reading this collection makes it clear that Charles Wright is an innovator who in breaking with traditional fictional modes during the 1960s helped to negotiate space for Ishmael Reed, Clarence Major, and other African American avantgardists. Absolutely Nothing to Get Alarmed About: The Complete Novels of Charles Wright. 006096958X (ISBN13: 9780060969585).
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ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO GET ALARMED ABOUT The Complete Novels of Charles Wright By Charles Wright Out of print. Between 1963 and 1973, Charles Wright wrote three scalding autobiographical novels about a young black intellectual from Missouri, a Korean War veteran, trying to make it in New York City. To remark that Wright’s novels were also satirical and freewheeling does not begin to cover it. As one of his admirers, the novelist Ishmael Reed, put it, Wright was Richard Pryor before there was a Richard Pryor. Richard Pryor on paper.
Charles Stephenson Wright (June 22, 1932 – October 1, 2008) was an American novelist. He wrote the novels The Messenger (1963), The Wig (1966) and Absolutely Nothing to Get Alarmed About (1973). Wright was born in New Franklin, Missouri, on June 4, 1932.
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Absolutely Nothing to Get Alarmed About: The Complete Novels of. .His novel The Waters of Kronos won the 1961 National Book Award for Fiction.
Absolutely Nothing to Get Alarmed About: The Complete Novels of Charles Wright (1993). Richard Nathaniel Wright was an American author of novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction. Much of his literature concerns racial themes, especially related to the plight of African Americans during the late 19th to mid-20th centuries, who suffered discrimination and violence in the South and the North. Two collections of short stories were published posthumously during the 20th century, and several of his novels have been reissued during the 21st century by academic presses.
Authors: Charles Stevenson Wright. ISBN 13: 9780060969585.
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