This individual is the author of the essays in The Fire Next Time. Biographical information contained in the work portrays him as having grown up in Harlem, in the midst of that community's economic, spiritual and political poverty.
This racial group is portrayed in the essays as having been oppressed and victimized by centuries of insensitivity and abuse.
This racial group is portrayed in the essays as having been the principle oppressors of minorities.
James Baldwin (Nephew)
This individual is the recipient of the letter that comprises "My Dungeon Shook."
The Author's Brother
This individual in "My Dungeon Shook" is described as being moody, angry, bitter, pained, and self-destructive.
The Author's Mother
This individual is described in "My Dungeon Shook" as living with dignity, restraint, and courage.
The Author's Father
This individual is described in "My Dungeon Shook" as having limited perspectives and...
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