Ronald Bieganowski (essay date 1988)
SOURCE: "James Baldwin's Vision of Otherness in 'Sonny's Blues' and Giovanni's Room," in CLA Journal, Vol. XXXII, No. 1, September, 1988, pp. 69-80.
[In the following essay, Bieganowski compares the treatment of the theme of alienation in "Sonny's Blues" and Baldwin's novel.]
For several decades now, James Baldwin has maintained his position of importance among black writers through his novels, stories, essays, and interviews, generating continued scholarly interest. In her recent book on Baldwin...
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