The Fire Last Time

Gates Jr., Henry Louis
June 1992
New Republic;6/1/92, Vol. 206 Issue 22, p37
Book Review
Profiles African American author James Baldwin. Contribution of Baldwin on race relations issues in the United States; Attitude of Baldwin as an intellectual; Image of Baldwin as the voice of the black America when he wrote the book "The Fire Next Time"; Views of Baldwin about politics in the United States; Reasons why Eldridge Cleaver attacked Baldwin on racial grounds; Baldwin's decision to re-define racism in his book "No Name in the Street"; Image of Baldwin as an influential black intellectual.


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