Short stories by Charles Johnson.

Charles Richard Johnson (born April 23, 1948)[1] is a scholar and the author of novelsshort 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,[2]and spent most of his career at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Listing 1 story.

Two brothers aim to rob their old neighbor's apartment, only to reveal her hidden wealth. Though they quickly steal the highest-value items and bring them home, the brothers soon feel the guilt and haunting refusal to spend their riches.