New Letters magazine

Volume 38 No. 2 (winter, 1971)

  • Essays & Articles

  • 5 /

    An Introduction

    , Robert M. Farnsworth
  • 9 /

    The American Problem: Its Negro Phase

    , Richard Wright
  • 17 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Henrietta Weigel
  • 20 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Benjamin Appel
  • 24 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Harry Birdoff
  • 27 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Winburn T. Thomas
  • 30 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Owen Dodson
  • 32 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Frank K. Safford, M. D.
  • 33 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Jack Conroy
  • 37 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Horace Cayton
  • 37 /

    Personal Impression of Richard Wright

    , Sidney Williams
  • 49 /

    Native Son in the Movies

    , Thomas Cripps
  • 64 /

    Bessie's Blues

    , Edward A. Watson
  • 71 /

    Native Son on Stage

    , John Houseman
  • 88 /

    The Long Dream

    , Katherine Sprandel
  • 105 /

    Wright's Memphis

    , Grace McSpadden White
  • 117 /

    Wright, Baldwin, Cleaver

    , Morris Dickstein
  • 125 /

    Letter by Richard Wright to Owen Dodson

    , Richard Wright
  • 128 /

    Letter to Richard Wright

    , William Faulkner
  • 129 /

    Letter to Richard Wright

    , Henry Miller
  • 129 /

    Letter to Richard Wright

    , Cesare Pavese
  • 130 /

    Letter to Richard Wright

    , Giulio Einaudi Editore
  • 130 /

    Letter to Richard Wright

    , Claude Levi-Strauss
  • 131 /

    Letter to Richard Wright: Notes on Andre Gide's Letter to Richard Wright

    , Michel Fabre
  • 131 /

    Letter to Richard Wright

    , Andre Gide
  • 132 /

    Letter to Richard Wright, translated by Michel Fabre

    , Albert Camus
  • 132 /

    Letter to Richard Wright, translated by Michel Fabre

    , Jean Paul Sartre
  • 133 /

    Letter to Richard Wright, translated by Michel Fabre

    , Jean Cocteau
  • 134 /

    Letter to Richard Wright, translated by Michel Fabre

    , Leopold Sedar Senghor
  • 135 /

    Letter to Richard Wright, translated by Michel Fabre

    , Frantz Fanon
  • 136 /

    Wright's Exile

    , Michel Fabre
  • 155 /

    A Bibliography of Richard Wright's Works, by Edward Margolies 

    , and Michael Fabre
  • 170 /

    Richard Wright and the Communist Party

    , Daniel Aaron
  • 182 /

    Richard Wright, an introduction

    , Margaret Walker Alexander
  • Poetry

  • 4 /

    A fame

    , Tu Fu
  • 45 /

    Additional Lyrics to King Joe

    , Richard Wright
  • 83 / Poems for Richard Wright: A Sequence, Michael S. Harper
  • 100 / 10 haiku, Richard Wright
  • Artwork

  • 41 /

    Richard Wright in Chicago, 1928, photograph

    , Anonymous
  • 45 /

    King Joe, sheet music

    , Count Basie
  • 46 /

    Native Son movie poster

    , Anonymous
  • 47 /

    Cast of Native Son, photograph

    , Anonymous
  • 97 /

    Richard Wright at Wading River, L. I., 1947, photograph

    , Anonymous
  • 98 /

    Still from Native Son, photograph

    , Anonymous
  • 100 /

    Haiku by Richard Wright, illustration

    , Lloyd J. Reynolds
  • 102 /

    Welcoming You to Memphis and the New South, photograph

    , Anonymous
  • 103 /

    Beale Street, photograph

    , Anonymous
  • 104 /

    Memphis Sho' Am A Swell Place to Live In, photograph

    , Anonymous
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