Walter Mosley | Critical Review by Judy Simmons

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Walter Mosley.
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Critical Review by Judy Simmons

SOURCE: Simmons, Judy. “An African American Guide to World Citizenship.” Black Issues Book Review 5, no. 3 (May-June 2003): 64.

In the following review, Simmons applauds Mosley's depictions of unity within the African American family in What Next: A Memoir toward World Peace.

The collective African American experience has evolved “a singular perspective on the qualities of revenge, security, and peace,” Mosley writes in this primer for post-9/11 geopolitics [What Next: A Memoir toward World Peace]. Our blood knowledge of the U.S.'s “rapacious capitalist interests” isn't exclusive, of course; but it is deeply personal in ways many other people don't acknowledge. Mosley's benchmark is the awareness that dawned on his late father, LeRoy Mosley, as a World War II soldier. Once this black member of the “greatest&#x...

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