Richard Wright, the pioneering black American author of Native Son is having several of his works republished.
The omnibus Black Power contains two of the three travel books he wrote in the mid-1950s, together with his White Man, Listen! lectures.
There’s also a novel he began in the final weeks of his life but never finished, A Father’s Law. Meanwhile Hazel Rowley’s 2004 biography is released in paperback for the first time
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Source: Times Literary Supplement