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Charles R. Johnson

American fiction writer, essayist, and academic

1948   -  

genre: novel, essay, short story
country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: English
educated at: Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Stony Brook University
occupation: writer, screenwriter, novelist
award received: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, National Book Award for Fiction, MacArthur Fellows Program

Charles Richard Johnson (born April 23, 1948) is a scholar and the author of novels, short stories, screen-and-teleplays, and essays, most often with a philosophical orientation. Johnson has directly addressed the issues of black life in America in novels such as Dreamer and Middle Passage. Johnson was born in 1948 in Evanston, Illinois, and spent most of his career at the University of Washington in Seattle. The Cambridge Guide to Literature in English says that Johnson's works "combine historical accuracy, parable, and elements of the fantastic in rendering the experience of African Americans."
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