Sylvander, Carolyn Wedin, 1939-
New York : Ungar, c1980
|提及的人：||James Baldwin; James Baldwin|
|描述：||ix, 181 p. ; 21 cm.|
|内容：||Noteworthy Native sons --
Nonfiction: "One cannot deny the humanity of another without diminishing one's own --
"Im ready," "I'm coming," "I'm on my way": Go tell it on the mountain --
"Making love in the midst of morrors": Giovanni's room and another country --
"You can say I'm the girl, or the boy, or their unborn child": Tell me how long the train's been gone and if Beale Street could talk --
The Coommunion which is the theater": The Amen Corner, Blues for Mister Charlie, and One Day, When I was lost --
Charting racism in America, 1945-1965: Going to meet the man --
"I hear music in the air": Just above my head --
Critical sources; afterword.
|丛书名：||Modern literature series|
|责任：||Carolyn Wedin Sylvander.|
Studying all of Baldwin's writings--from his early essaysto Just Above My Head, his latest novel--Sylvander shows how Balwin has drawn on his early struggles to produce a passionate and humane body of work.