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Nobody Knows My Name

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : 9780804149730
Genre : Fiction
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Told with Baldwin's characteristically unflinching honesty, this collection of illuminating, deeply felt essays examines topics ranging from race relations in the United States to the role of the writer in society, and offers personal accounts of Richard Wright, Norman Mailer and other writers.
Category: Fiction

Nobody Knows My Name

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : 9780141915968
Genre : Literary Collections
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Baldwin's early essays have been described as 'an unequalled meditation on what it means to be black in America' . This rich and stimulating collection contains 'Fifth Avenue, Uptown: a Letter from Harlem', polemical pieces on the tragedies inflicted by racial segregation and a poignant account of his first journey to 'the Old Country' , the southern states. Yet equally compelling are his 'Notes for a Hypothetical Novel' and personal reflections on being American, on oother major artists - Ingmar Bergman and Andre Gide, Norman Mailer and Richard Wright - and on the first great conferance of Negro - American writers and artists in Paris. In his introduction Baldwin descrides the writer as requiring 'every ounce of stamina he can summon to attempt to look on himself and the world as they are' ; his uncanny ability to do just that is proclaimed on every page of this famous book.
Category: Literary Collections

Nobody Knows My Name

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : 9780140184471
Genre : Fiction
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Contains essays that describe what it means to be black in America. This book describes the tragedies that are inflicted by racial segregation and presents a poignant account of the author's first journey to 'the Old Country', the Southern states.
Category: Fiction

Notes Of A Native Son

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : 9780807006245
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In an age of Black Lives Matter, James Baldwin's essays on life in Harlem, the protest novel, movies, and African Americans abroad are as powerful today as when they were first written. With documentaries like I Am Not Your Negro bringing renewed interest to Baldwin's life and work, Notes of a Native Son serves as a valuable introduction. Written during the 1940s and early 1950s, when Baldwin was only in his twenties, the essays collected in Notes of a Native Son capture a view of black life and black thought at the dawn of the civil rights movement and as the movement slowly gained strength through the words of one of the most captivating essayists and foremost intellectuals of that era. Writing as an artist, activist, and social critic, Baldwin probes the complex condition of being black in America. With a keen eye, he examines everything from the significance of the protest novel to the motives and circumstances of the many black expatriates of the time, from his home in “The Harlem Ghetto” to a sobering “Journey to Atlanta.” Notes of a Native Son inaugurated Baldwin as one of the leading interpreters of the dramatic social changes erupting in the United States in the twentieth century, and many of his observations have proven almost prophetic. His criticism on topics such as the paternalism of white progressives or on his own friend Richard Wright’s work is pointed and unabashed. He was also one of the few writing on race at the time who addressed the issue with a powerful mixture of outrage at the gross physical and political violence against black citizens and measured understanding of their oppressors, which helped awaken a white audience to the injustices under their noses. Naturally, this combination of brazen criticism and unconventional empathy for white readers won Baldwin as much condemnation as praise. Notes is the book that established Baldwin’s voice as a social critic, and it remains one of his most admired works. The essays collected here create a cohesive sketch of black America and reveal an intimate portrait of Baldwin’s own search for identity as an artist, as a black man, and as an American.
Category: Literary Criticism

Where Nobody Knows Your Name

Author : John Feinstein
ISBN : 9780307949585
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A New York Times best-selling sportswriter takes readers deep within the secretive inner-workings of the minor leagues through the stories of eight men who are living on the cusp of the dream—some of who have tasted major league success and some of who have toiled for long careers. 100,000 first printing.
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Fifth Avenue Uptown

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : 1563127822
Genre : African Americans
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James Baldwin [RL 9 IL 7-12] A unique viewpoint on ghetto life. Themes: injustice; society as a mirror. 36 pages. Tale Blazers.
Category: African Americans

No Name In The Street

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : 9780804149662
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This stunningly personal document and extraordinary history of the turbulent sixties and early seventies displays James Baldwin's fury and despair more deeply than any of his other works. In vivid detail he remembers the Harlem childhood that shaped his early conciousness, the later events that scored his heart with pain--the murders of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, his sojourns in Europe and in Hollywood, and his retum to the American South to confront a violent America face-to-face.
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Nobody Knows My Name By Anonymous

Author : Bruce Bonafede
ISBN : 9781626522657
Genre : Humor
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Elvis on "Ed Sullivan." The Internet in the '90s. The 21st century tabloid-goddess Kardashian sisters. If it happened in America over the last five decades, one man was there. So why isn't he famous? Then again, why aren't we all famous? Didn't Andy Warhol promise we would be? In this humorous book of short comedy pieces - stories, essays, sketches and spoofs - one man makes his case for fame and somehow manages to both succeed and fail. A sometimes silly, sometimes satirical romp through the last 50 years, this is a humor book that will keep you laughing while it restores your faith in America and the absurdity of Americans.
Category: Humor

Collected Essays

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : UOM:39015041612683
Genre : Literary Collections
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A comprehensive compilation of Baldwin's previously published, nonfiction writings encompasses essays on America's racial divide, the social and political turbulence of his time, and his insights into the poetry of Langston Hughes and the music of Earl Hines.
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The Fire Next Time

Author : James Baldwin
ISBN : 9780804149723
Genre : Social Science
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A national bestseller when it first appeared in 1963, The Fire Next Time galvanized the nation and gave passionate voice to the emerging civil rights movement. At once a powerful evocation of James Baldwin's early life in Harlem and a disturbing examination of the consequences of racial injustice, the book is an intensely personal and provocative document. It consists of two "letters," written on the occasion of the centennial of the Emancipation Proclamation, that exhort Americans, both black and white, to attack the terrible legacy of racism. Described by The New York Times Book Review as "sermon, ultimatum, confession, deposition, testament, and chronicle...all presented in searing, brilliant prose," The Fire Next Time stands as a classic of our literature.
Category: Social Science