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100 1  Baldwin, James,|d1924-1987,|eauthor. 
245 14 The price of the ticket :|bcollected nonfiction: 1948-1985
       /|cJames Baldwin. 
264  1 Boston, MA :|bBeacon Press,|c2021. 
264  4 |c©1985 
300    702 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
505 00 |gIntroduction:|tThe price of the ticket --|tThe Harlem 
       ghetto --|tLockridge: "The American myth" --|tJourney to 
       Atlanta --|tEverybody's protest novel --|tEncounter on the
       Seine: Black meets brown --|tPrinces and powers --|tMany 
       thousands gone --|tStranger in the village --|tA question 
       of identity --|tThe male prison --|tCarmen Jones: the dark
       is light enough --|tEqual in Paris --|tNotes of a native 
       son --|tFaulkner and desegregation --|tThe crusade of 
       indignation --|tA fly in buttermilk --|tThe discovery of 
       what it means to be an American --|tOn catfish row --
       |tNobody knows my name: a letter from the South --|tThe 
       Northern Protestant --|tFifth Avenue, Uptown --|tThey 
       can't turn back --|tIn search of a majority --|tNotes for 
       a hypothetical novel --|tThe dangerous road before Martin 
       Luther King --|tEast River, Downtown --|tAlas, poor 
       Richard --|tThe Black boy looks at the white boy --|tThe 
       new lost generation --|tThe creative process --|tColor --
       |tA talk to teachers --|tThe fire next time: my dungeon 
       shook --|tNothing personal --|tWords of a native son --
       |tThe American dream and the American Negro --|tWhite 
       man's guilt --|tA report from occupied territory --
       |tNegros are anti-semitic because they are anti-white --
       |tWhite racism or world community? --|tSweet Lorraine --
       |tNo name in the street --|tA review of Roots --|tThe 
       Devil finds work --|tAn open letter to Mr. Carter --
       |tEvery good-bye ain't gone --|tIf Black English isn't a 
       language, then tell me, what is? --|tAn open letter to the
       born again --|tDark days --|tNotes on the house of bondage
       --|tHere be dragons. 
520    Personal and prophetic, these essays uncover what it means
       to live in a racist American society with insights that 
       feel as fresh today as they did over the 4 decades in 
       which he composed them. Longtime Baldwin fans and 
       especially those just discovering his genius will 
       appreciate this essential collection of his great 
       nonfiction writing, available for the first time in 
       affordable paperback. Along with 46 additional pieces, it 
       includes the full text of dozens of famous essays from 
       such books as: Notes of a Native Son; Nobody Knows My 
       Name; The Fire Next Time; No Name in the Street; and The 
       Devil Finds Work. This collection provides the perfect 
       entrée into Baldwin's prescient commentary on race, 
       sexuality, and identity in an unjust American society. 
600 10 Baldwin, James|y1924-1987. 
650  0 African American authors. 
650  0 Civil rights workers|zUnited States. 
650  0 African American gay men. 
650  0 Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)|zUnited States. 
655  7 Essays.|2lcgft 
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