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Michael Joseph, publisher, London - second impression of first UK edition, 1964. hardcover, 8¾" x 5¾", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Ten essays by a leading African American novelist, short-story writer and playwright (b 1924 - d 1987). In his introductory 'Autobiographical Notes' Baldwin writes "The difficulty then, for me, of being a Negro writer was the fact that I was, in effect, prohibited from examining my own experience too closely by the tremdous demands and the very real dangers of my social situation." Reviewing this book, the (London) Spectator said: 'His rage is not simply at what the white man has done to black man, but at what white man is doing to man and to himself." RECOMMENDED.