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Harlem Quartet

This book is about James Baldwin
"Harlem Quartet," set against the vibrant backdrop of 1950s Harlem, delves into the interconnected lives of four teenagers navigating the complexities of identity and community. Julia, a young evangelist with the power to captivate audiences; her brother Jimmy; Arthur, a gifted gospel singer; and his elder brother Hall, each grapple with their dreams and dilemmas, painting a vivid portrait of youth and aspiration tinged with the shadows of personal and societal challenges. Three decades later, Hall reflects on their shared past, seeking understanding and closure from the unresolved tensions and tragedies that shaped their lives. This masterful narrative, praised for its blend of poetic tenderness and controlled passion, explores themes of love, brotherhood, and redemption, making it a compelling read for college students studying racial justice. James Baldwin's influence is palpable in this tale of hope and expiation, offering a profound exploration of the social dynamics that continue to resonate today. Published on September 27, 2017, this book not only captures the essence of an era but also serves as a timeless reflection on the human condition.
Published by STOCK on September 27, 2017
576 pages
ISBN: 9782234084254
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This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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