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May 13, 2009

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Damn lady, really excellent review. I loved Native Son, but never read any other Richard Wright. You've definitely convinced me to put this on my 'to read' pile. It sounds like just the kind of thing I could get really into. And usually I think your opinion stinks! I'm KIDDING, I'M KIDDING! Stop getting all huffy, Clark.

Really though, excellent review. I really appreciated your insights.

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    By tales, I mean fiction (especially short fiction), as well as other literary and artistic narratives. By truth, I mean the world in which we live. I especially have my eye on creative social justice.

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