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by Richard Wright

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Mapping the Terrain of Whiteness: Richard Wright’s Savage Holiday
This essay argues that “Wright chooses to write a novel with no explicit ‘interracial conflicts,’ to demonstrate white people’s moral dilemma that causes them to be aggressive to black people. However unpronounced the issue of race may be, an African American novelist’s dealing with white people’s problem of freedom is a strategy that enables him to make an effective political statement on the positionality of whiteness as an ideology in America that inevitably raises the issue of freedom for black people.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Lale Demirturk
From: MELUS Spring, 1999

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