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Richard wright (1908-1960) the man who lived underground links perspectives in american literature: a research and reference guide. While richard wright and ralph ellison are renowned for their mastery in afro-american fiction, no work has ever been published to explain the link between wright‘s the man who lived underground and ellison‘s invisible man despite the critics‘ claim that ellison‘s novel is wright‘s novella rewritten.
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