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CREATED ON 27th July 2017
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Manifestation, treatment and aesthetics of violence in "Black Boy" and "Big boy leaves home" by Richard Wright

The essay is for a course called african american literature, I need an essay talking about violence through the literary work. it's causes and manifestations within the wok and it's relationship to the context at the time. 1938-1940
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