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The price of the ticket : collected nonfiction, 1948-1985

Author: James Baldwin
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's/Marek, [1985] ©1985
Edition/Format:   Book : Essay : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Complete collection of major nonfiction writings by author James Baldwin, composed between 1948 and 1985, providing his perceptions of the twentieth century black American experience.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Baldwin
ISBN: 0312643063 9780312643065 0312643071 9780312643072
OCLC Number: 12107577
Description: xx, 690 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : The price of the ticket --
The Harlem ghetto --
Lockridge : "The American myth" --
Journey to Atlanta --
Everybody's protest novel --
Encounter on the Seine : black meets brown --
Princes and powers --
Many thousands gone --
Stranger in the village --
A question of identity --
The male prison --
Carmen Jones : the dark is light enough --
Equal in Paris --
Notes of a native son --
Faulkner and desegregation --
The crusade of indignation --
A fly in buttermilk --
The discovery of what it means to be an American --
On Catfish Row --
Nobody knows my name --
The northern Protestant --
Fifth Avenue, uptown --
They can't turn back --
In search of a majority --
Notes for a hypothetical novel --
The dangerous road before Martin Luther King --
East River, downtown. Alas, poor Richard --
The black boy looks at the white boy --
The new lost generation --
The creative process --
Color --
A talk to teachers --
The fire next time --
Nothing personal --
Words of a native son --
The American dream and the American Negro --
White man's guilt --
A report from occupied territory --
Negroes are anti-semitic because they're anti-white --
White racism or world community? --
Sweet Lorraine --
No name in the street --
A review of Roots --
The devil finds work --
An open letter to Mr. Carter --
Every good-bye ain't gone --
If Black English isn't a language, then tell me, what is? --
An open letter to the born again --
Dark days --
Notes on the house of bondage --
Here be dragons.
Responsibility: James Baldwin.
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Complete collection of major nonfiction writings by author James Baldwin, composed between 1948 and 1985, providing his perceptions of the twentieth century black American experience.

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