Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Ralph Ellison:
Short Story Struggles

There are many famous African American writers that are well known in todays society. Many are considered to be legends, as well as good role models for the youth of today. There are so many of these writers that are acknowledged in our history books, and there are even a few that have holidays set aside for them. Holidays for the nation to think about their contribution to our world. Although many of the African American writers are no longer alive, their outstanding achievements are still recognized, and taught to many boys and girls in schools all over the nation. Many of these writers wrote stories that at some extent represented a part of their lives. Even though one writer may have written hundreds of pieces of literature, something about their life or something about them is evident in their work. Keeping this in mind, this aspect has shaped their particular style of writing. One particular black successful writer is Ralph Ellison.
Ralph Waldo Emerson was born on March 1, 1914, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was the second son of Lewis and Ida Ellison. His older

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