SOURCE: New York Times
by Reginald Dwayne Betts
Reginald Dwayne Betts reviews the newly-published "The Man Who Lived Underground," which speaks as much to today as it does to the 1940s.
SOURCE: Oprah Daily
"Though Wright himself considered The Man Who Lived Underground his finest work, its depiction of police brutality was so graphic, his publishers believed that it shouldn't see the light of day. When Wright submitted the work to his editor, it was turned down."
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