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Go Tell It on the Mountain: James Baldwin

Neil Root




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This study of James Baldwin's 1953 debut, Go Tell It on the Mountain, explores the novel's themes, as well as offering analysis of the book's critical reception and the author's place in the African-American and world literary firmament. Neil Root's concise criticism serves as an introduction to this major work of American literature from one of its most groundbreaking modern writers.


About the author:

Neil Root lives in London and writes literary criticism, true crime and fiction and teaches English language and literature. He has also written Brave New World: Aldous Huxley in the Greenwich Exchange Focus On Series.


42  pages

ISBN: 978-1-906075-44-6

Greenwich Exchange Category: Focus On

Series: Focus On



Other books by Neil Root published by Greenwich Exchange:

Brave New World: Aldous Huxley

Covering Darkness: Writing True Crime