James Baldwin

Nobody Knows My Name


Further expanding upon ideas introduced in Notes of a Native Son, Baldwin herein records and reflects upon the final months of his self-exile in Europe and his uneasy return to America, the relationship between Blacks and whites and the role of the Negro in the US and Europe, as well as the question of sexual identity.

Soft cover.

Edition: 1961.

Condition: Like new.

Measures ~5"x8". 241 pages.