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A masterful chronicler of the African American experience, Richard Wright (1908-1960) was one of the most controversial and insightful writers America has produced. In 1957 the publication of Pagan Spain, marked a profound change in his literary and intellectual life and reflected a style more suitable for polemic than for travel writing. Indeed, as Pagan Spain portrays midcentury Spain as a country of tragic beauty, political oppression, and contradictions, Wright amalgamates at once polemic, travel narrative, history, ...

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