Subversive anti-Stalinism: Race and sexuality in the early essays of James Baldwin

Murphy, Geraldine
December 1996
ELH;Winter96, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p1021
Academic Journal
Discusses the essays of James Baldwin on race and sexuality. Relation to racial integration in the postwar period; Reassessment of Wright by Houston Baker; List of New York intellectuals responsible for the redefinition of liberalism.


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