Richard Nathaniel Wright BY: Tysire.n.heath

On September 4,1908 in Roxie Mississippi a black African American female school teacher by the name of Ella Wilson Wright
The Young Writer In 1927, Wright finally left the South and moved to Chicago, where he worked at a post office and also swept streets. But like so many Americans struggling through the Depression, Wright fell prey to bouts of poverty. Along the way, his frustration with American capitalism led him to join the Communist Party in 1932.
A year later, Wright published Uncle Tom's Children, a collection of four stories, and the book proved to be a significant turning point in his career. The stories earned him a $500 prize from Story magazine and led to a 1939 Guggenheim Fellowship.
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Wright died of a heart attack on November 28, 1960, in Paris, France
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