The Unique Voice of James Baldwin
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In this article, the writer discusses James Baldwin's 'Go Tell It on the Mountain' and 'Nobody Knows My Name: More Notes of a Native Son' in terms of style, tone, voice, objectivity, and narrative drive.
From the Paper:"James Arthur Baldwin was born in New York's Harlem community. Reared by a loving mother and an abusive stepfather Baldwin struggled against such challenges as his family situation, his love-hate relationship with religion, his race and his homosexuality. All together these influences were instrumental in shaping the narrative voice employed by Baldwin in both his essays and his semi-autobiographical fiction. In this essay a comparative analysis of elements of style tone voice and narrative ..."
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