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Review: Talking at the Gates: A Life of James BaldwinUser Review - Sue - Goodreads
James Baldwin is one of those authors who grabs me from the beginning of his stories. His writing is artistic, beautiful and forthright. Even during the time of the civil rights movement where it was ... Read full review
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Review: Talking at the Gates: A Life of James BaldwinUser Review - Marie Rickard - Goodreads
An exploration of James Baldwin as a brilliant, flawed observer of himself and his times. I recommend this for anyone who admires his work, or has yet to discover him. Read full review
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