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Arnold Rampersad's new biography re-examines the life of Ralph Ellison, the influential cultural critic and author of Invisible Man, and offers insights about why Ellison never produced a second masterpiece.
by Arnold Rampersad
Hardcover, 657 pages | purchase
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