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Voice of a Native Son: The Poetics of Richard Wright - Miller, Eugene E.
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI], Voice of a Native Son: The Poetics of Richard Wright by Eugene E. Miller Richard Wright's works most often have been judged by his own ideological polemics, seldom by the terms of art. This book, however, is a study of Richard Wright's poetics, rich in a black aesthetic force that was the elemental voice in his writings. Deep in his cultural roots Wright sensed a natural creative force. He saw it as a manifestation in his grandmother's religiosity and in the lyrics of the blues and in black folk expressions. His fascination with this "something" inspired his "blueprint for Negro writing" and led him to see interconnections between Gertrude Stein's use of language, the collage technique of surrealism, Kenneth Burke's theories of symbol-orientation formation, Wilhelm Reich's orgone theory, Japanese haiku, and the practical application of indigenous Afro-American folk expression. To the end of his life Wright attempted to discover and to express the force behind black artistic creation. The allure of this distinctively Afro-American perception is the key to understanding Wright's aesthetic principle. It abided with him and is at the source of his artistic world. Voice of a Native Son explores this poetic principle in both published and unpublished works of Wright. Too often he has been seen in the light of his political and sociological importance. This book, however, examines the underlying artistic consciousness that shaped his works and his career, a consciousness that transcends the naturalism that he learned in reading Dreiser and Farrell. Blazing a new trail, this fresh assessment shows Wright's deep interest in nature and in the form of literary creation. It frees his works from the requisite discussions of proletarianism and polemics which traditional studies of Wright's fiction too often have set in stone. Eugene E. Miller is Professor Emeritus of English at Albion College. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Deep in his cultural roots Richard Wright sensed a natural creative force. He saw it as a manifestation in his grandmother''s religiosity and in the lyrics of the blues and in black folk expressions. His fascination with this something inspired his blueprint for Negro writing and led him to see connections between Gertrude Stein''s use of language, the collage tecnique of surrealism, Kenneth Burke''s theories of symbol/orientation formation, Wilhelm Reich''s orgone theory, Japanese haiku, and the practical application of indigenous Afro-American folk expression. To the end of his life Wright attempted to discover and to express the force between black artistic creation. This fascination with this distinctive Afro-American perception is the key to understanding Wright''s aesthetic principle. It abided with him and is at the source of his artistic world. Voice of a Native Son explores this poetic principle in both published and unpublished works of Wright. Too often he has been seen in the light of his political and sociological importance. This book, however, examines Wright''s underlying artistic consciousness that shaped his works and his career, a consciousness that transcends the naturalism that he learned in reading Dreiser and Farrell. Blazing a new trail, this fresh assessment shows Wright''s deep interest in nature and in the form of literary creation. It frees his works from the requisite discussions of proletarianism and polemics which traditional studies of Wright''s fiction too often have been set in stone. Eugene E. Miller, Books, Fiction and Literature, Voice Of A Native Son: The Poetics Of Richard Wright Books>Fiction and Literature, University Press of Mississippi

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University Press of Mississippi. Paperback. New. Paperback. 294 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.7in.Deep in his cultural roots Richard Wright sensed a natural creative force. He saw it as a manifestation in his grandmothers religiosity and in the lyrics of the blues and in black folk expressions. His fascination with this something inspired his blueprint for Negro writing and led him to see connections between Gertrude Steins use of language, the collage tecnique of surrealism, Kenneth Burkes theories of symbolorientation formation, Wilhelm Reichs orgone theory, Japanese haiku, and the practical application of indigenous Afro-American folk expression. To the end of his life Wright attempted to discover and to express the force between black artistic creation. This fascination with this distinctive Afro-American perception is the key to understanding Wrights aesthetic principle. It abided with him and is at the source of his artistic world. Voice of a Native Son explores this poetic principle in both published and unpublished works of Wright. Too often he has been seen in the light of his political and sociological importance. This book, however, examines Wrights underlying artistic consciousness that shaped his works and his career, a consciousness that transcends the naturalism that he learned in reading Dreiser and Farrell. Blazing a new trail, this fresh assessment shows Wrights deep interest in nature and in the form of literary creation. It frees his works from the requisite discussions of proletarianism and polemics which traditional studies of Wrights fiction too often have been set in stone. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., University Press of Mississippi

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Voice of a Native Son: The Poetics of Richard Wright

Richard Wright's works most often have been judged by his own ideological polemics, seldom by the terms of art. This, however, is a study of Richard Wright's poetics, rick in a black aesthetic force that was the elemental voice in his writings

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781604735253
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1604735252
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: UNIV PR OF MISSISSIPPI
292 Pages
Weight: 0,372 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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