No Native Grounds for a Native Son?
Yaple, Henry Mack
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The paper studies the conflict in the racial and artistic responsibilities of the contemporary author James Baldwin, proceeding through an analysis of the causes of the conflict, an indication of the manifestations of the conflict in three of Baldwin's fictional works, and an attempt to give some meaning to the entire problem.
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