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Books Like The Amen Corner by James Baldwin | Suggesting Reading

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Blues for Mr. Charlie (1964), Baldwin's most noted play, was performed on Broadway in 1964 and received a Foreign Drama Critics Award. "Mr. Charlie" is a name used to refer to the white man.

Notes of a Native Son (1955) is Baldwin's first collection of essays on issues of race in America.

Nobody Knows My Name: More Notes of a Native Son (1961) is Baldwin's second collection of essays on racial relations in America.

The Fire Next Time (1963) is an essay by Baldwin based on an article published in the New Yorker magazine in 1962, and addresses issues of racial relations in America.

Go Tell It on the Mountain (1953) is Baldwin's first novel and the work for which he is best known and most celebrated. It is an autobiographical account of Baldwin's childhood and early religious influences.

Giovanni's Room (1977) is Baldwin's second novel and concerns a young man in Paris...

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