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Second, it is arguably the most aesthetically realized or effective section of the novel.
See , Mikko Tukhanen notes the resonant dream-oriented rhetoric of both Wright and Frantz Fanon.
Some see the book as anti-religious and think the novel doesn’t accurately portray racism.
However, I think the book gives a unique perception and isn’t a bad read.
This novel was very successful in its time and is still a literary classic that explores heavy topics such as racism, murder, Communism and sexual violence.
It only makes sense why this book is in the summer reading curriculum.
Since its original publication in 1955, this first nonfiction collection of essays by James Baldwin remains an American classic.
by comparing divergences between the published novel and an earlier typeset manuscript.