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Riassunto: James Baldwin was one of America's finest and most influential writers. By the time he died, his books, such as The Fire Next Time, Go Tell It on the Mountain and Giovanni's Room, had become modern classics. James Campbell knew Baldwin for ten years before Baldwin's death in 1987. Based on interviews with his friends and his extensive correspondences, Talking at the Gates gives a full life of Baldwin, including his sometimes turbulent relationships with Norman Mailer, Richard Wright and Marlon Brando, as well as his friendship with Martin Luther King Jr. Elegantly written, candid and original, it is a comprehensive account of the life and work of a writer who believed that 'the unexamined life is not worth living. 'Baldwin's best biographer.' New York Times Book Review 'Approaching Baldwin without reverence, though not quite irreverently, Campbell brings a mixture of intellectual integrity and something like truculence to the biographer's task. ... [He] plays along effectively with Baldwin's great zest for life, his love of the comic, his self-deprecating, balancing knowledge of himself as both poseur and prophet.' Times Literary Supplement

From the Inside Flap: "Campbell's biography is scrupulously researched and also uncovers new material about Baldwin's life and offers a well-argued case for a re-reading of Baldwin's oeuvre. Campbell knew Baldwin well, but his affection for the man has not dulled his critical pen. When I first met Baldwin he referred me to Campbell as the man to talk to if I wished to know more about his life and work."—Caryl Phillips, author of The Atlantic Sound

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Descrizione libro FABER FABER, United Kingdom, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Main. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.James Baldwin was one of America s finest and most influential writers. By the time he died, his books, such as The Fire Next Time , Go Tell It on the Mountain and Giovanni s Room , had become modern classics. James Campbell knew Baldwin for ten years before Baldwin s death in 1987. Based on interviews with his friends and his extensive correspondences, Talking at the Gates gives a full life of Baldwin, including his sometimes turbulent relationships with Norman Mailer, Richard Wright and Marlon Brando, as well as his friendship with Martin Luther King Jr.Elegantly written, candid and original, it is a comprehensive account of the life and work of a writer who believed that the unexamined life is not worth living. Baldwin s best biographer - New York Times Book Review . Approaching Baldwin without reverence, though not quite irreverently, Campbell brings a mixture of intellectual integrity and something like truculence to the biographer s task.[He] plays along effectively with Baldwin s great zest for life, his love of the comic, his self-deprecating, balancing knowledge of himself as both poseur and prophet - Times Literary Supplement . Codice libro della libreria AAV9780571245741

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