James Baldwin - Dark Days
'So the club rose, the blood came down, and his bitterness and his anguish and his guilt were compounded.'
Drawing on Baldwin's own experiences of prejudice in an America violently divided by race, these searing essays - Dark Days, The Price of the Ticket and The White Man's Guilt - blend the intensely personal with the political to envisage a better world.
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