'Paul Robeson: A Biography' Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

'Paul Robeson: A Biography'
An analysis of Martin Bauml Duberman's book about the famous African-American singer, Paul Robeson.
# 90538 | 1,125 words | 1 source | 2006 | US


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This paper reports on "Paul Robeson: A Biography" by Martin Bauml Duberman, which tells about the man who made a name as one of the most famous black singers and actors of the twentieth century. He achieved his success at a time when racism and discrimination were prevalent and he fought against these ills and became an activist on these and similar issues. He further ran afoul of the political forces of the time because of his communist leanings and this reduced his ability to work in his later years. The paper explains that, in this book, Duberman provides a detailed account of Robeson's life, an in-depth biography that covers Robeson's life and work, including material from his letters and other writings as well as interviews, newspaper and magazine articles, and so on.

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