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Conversations With James Baldwin (Literary Conversations Series) This Collection Of Interviews With James Baldwin Covers The Period , From The Year Of The Publication Of Nobody Knows My Names, His Fourth Book, To Just A Few Weeks Before His Death It Includes The Last Formal Conversation With HimTwenty Seven Interviews Reprinted Here Come From A Variety Of Sources Newspapers, Radio, Journals, And Review And Show This Celebrated Author In All His Eloquence, Anger, And Perception Of Racial, Social, And Literary Situations In AmericaOver The Years Baldwin Proved To Be An Easily Accessible And Cooperative Subject For Interviews, Both In The United States And Abroad He Frequently Referred To Himself As A Kind Of Trans Atlantic Commuter Whether Candidly Discussing His Own Ghetto Origins, His Literary Mission And Achievements, His Role In The Civil Rights Movement, Or His Views On World Affairs, Black And White Relations, Vietnam, Christianity, And Fellow Writers, Baldwin Was Always Both Popular And ControversialThis Importa


About the Author: James Baldwin

See this thread for information.James Arthur Baldwin was an American novelist, essayist, playwright, poet, and social critic.James Baldwin offered a vital literary voice during the era of civil rights activism in the 1950s and 60s He was the eldest of nine children his stepfather was a minister At age 14, Baldwin became a preacher at the small Fireside Pentecostal Church in Harlem In the early 1940s, he transferred his faith from religion to literature Critics, however, note the impassioned cadences of Black churches are still evident in his writing.



10 thoughts on “Conversations With James Baldwin (Literary Conversations Series)

  1. says:

    It s interestingI could be wrong but I don t think Baldwin considered himself a Christian per se But the attitude he reflects in many situations is totally Christian When faced with raw racism, he isn t overcome with an all consuming desire for revenge But rather he reflects on the sorry state of human relations and the sordid upbringing of people that result in feelings of ignorance and prejudice In other words, he feels sincerely sorry for those who are so warped that they feel wholesale,


  2. says:

    a wonderful collection of interviews and articles displaying Baldwin s consistency of thought, philosophy and critical engagement with the American racial dilemma A must read for anyone seriously interested in the life and times of an American icon.


  3. says:

    i love this book if you ever wondered just how much Baldwin understands human behavior all you have to do is read this book.


  4. says:

    Since first reading The Last Conversation with James Baldwin, I have come to admire him and seek out his speeches, debates, other recorded conversations, etc than his written works His eloquence, both in thought and language, his evolution as a writer, thinker, man, and admirably, his consistency through out the years it s simply inspiring This extensive collection of conversations allowed me to see and discover of James Baldwin than anything I have read of or by him so far In addition to all the beautiful a


  5. says:

    When it comes to Baldwin s interviews I think I prefer watching and listening to them to reading them Tone is so important in an interview and it doesn t come across as well in written form I appreciate these interviews because they flesh out his thoughts on some of his books and they show some of the fire he had especially in the interview with the English man, it seems like in written form they just spent an hour yelling at each other I think the problem I had with this book is actually mentioned in the introduction


  6. says:

    Speaking to the most heartbreaking and pernicious way in which all bigotry infiltrates the psyche and shrinks it from the inside, Baldwin and Achebe ruminate on the long, erotic, unended wrestling of art and politics What I particularly enjoyed however, was the dialogue between Baldwin and Giovanni on the complexities of race and what it means to be an empowered human being That this time capsule of genius and prescience has fallen out of print is a tragic testament to the commercialist rift between the profit of culture and


  7. says:

    I can think of no late 20th century literary figure with nuance and foresight into the subject of America than James Baldwin who, to the extent that in baffling his contemporaries, was able to blow the future wide open This is a great collection of his dialogues and interviews, where he has dropped pearl after pearl of heavy truth I had a fantastic time reading it.


  8. says:

    James has become my favorite You really get insight into his mind, while also learning some of his writing practices


  9. says:

    This book offers great insight into Baldwin s mind and spirit I enjoyed it.


  10. says:

    27 1961 1987 Chinua Achebe .


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