Love is a Growing Up

Hunt, Erica
October 2016
Brooklyn Rail;Oct2016, p1
Academic Journal
In this article, the author focuses on the working of American novelist, essayist and playwright James Baldwin and development of the book "Notes of a Native Son." It mentions that Baldwin works for black people and give importance to relationships with family, friends and politics. It also mentions that working of Baldwin with American philosopher, political activist and social critic Cornel West.


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