Books Like Slave Ship by Amiri Baraka | Suggested Reading

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Dutchman (1964) is Baraka's award-winning, critically acclaimed, first professional dramatic production, about racial conflict as expressed by a white woman toward a black man on a subway train.

Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note . . . (1961) is Baraka's first volume of poetry, published by Totem Press, which Baraka founded in 1959. It reflects the literary aesthetics of his Beat Movement phase.

Blues People: Negro Music in White America (1963) is Baraka's highly regarded social history of blues and jazz music in the U.S. and in African-American culture.

The LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka Reader (1991), edited by William J. Harris, is a collection of important works and excerpts from all three phases of Baraka's career.

Transbluency: The Selected Poems of Amiri Baraka/LeRoi Jones (1961-1995) (1996) is a recent collection of important poems from throughout Baraka's career.

The Autobiography of LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka (1984; reprinted in 1997) is Baraka's autobiography, written during...

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