An Introduction to the Man and His Works
Russell Brignano's excellent and comprehensive study . . . . is dictated by what he sees as the nature of Wright's work. Because this is of concern to historians, philosophers, and sociologists, as well as to literary critics, Mr. Brignano devotes one chapter apiece to Wright's views in four areas: 'race relations in America, Marxism, contemporary international affairs, and Wright's own changing philosophical props.' . . . No future scholar who studies Wright's career will be able to avoid the approach outlined in this book.