Mr. Baldwin, I presume: James Baldwin--Chinua Achebe, a meeting of the minds
his book is a study of James Baldwin and Chinua Achebe, the two most prominent black writers of the twentieth century. Although other books have addressed their individual works, this is the first to make the connection between the two.
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A Meeting of the Minds
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