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Black Lives, Black History: James Baldwin

Guide to research and resources for African American History.

James Baldwin

James Baldwin (1924-1987) was an American novelist, essayist, playwright and poet, best known for his novel, Go Tell It On The Mountain (1953). His works explored love, sexuality, family, racism, and served as a social critique of his life and times.


From the Literary Reference Center

The following includes a variety of articles and references from the Full Sail Library database: Literary Reference Center. You may be required to log into the databases in order to access the records.

Davis, J. (2010). Notes of a Native Son. Masterplots, Fourth Edition, 1-4.

Shuman, R. B. (2000). James Baldwin. Dictionary of World Biography: The 20TH Century, 1-3.

Werner, C. (2010). James Baldwin. Critical Survey of Long Fiction, Fourth Edition, 1-12.