Baldwin, James, 1924-1987.
American expatriot author, born in Harlem, New York City, and based for much of his writing
life in Paris. Returned to America for a time in the 1960s to participate in the civil rights
movement, and always remained a voice for equality and pacifism.
Go Tell It on the Mountain. 1953.
Autobiographical novel about John Grimes, a preacher's son growing up in Harlem. Set during
a single twenty-four hour period in March, 1935.
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