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The Fire Next Time is a 1963 book by James Baldwin. It contains two essays: “My Dungeon Shook — Letter to my Nephew on the One-Hundredth Anniversary of Emancipation,” and “Down At The Cross — Letter from a Region of My Mind.” The first essay, written in the form of a letter to Baldwin’s 14-year-old nephew, discusses the central role of race in American history. The second essay deals with the relations between race and religion, focusing in particular on Baldwin’s experiences with the Christian church as a youth, as well as the Islamic ideas of others in Harlem.

The Fire Next Time

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This book consists of two essays, both examining the problems blacks faced in America in the early 1960s. Themes other than “the Negro problem” (a euphemism for racial tension) explored by the book include an examination of the shallowness and ineffectiveness of religious faith and of intergenerational influences and relationships.

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Name Of the Novel: The Fire Next Time
Author: Thomas Pynchon
Country: United States
Language: English
Genre: Essays
Publisher: Dial Press
Publication date: 1963
Pages: 128
Book Type: pdf / ePub

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