Atl Theory Club: The Devil Finds Work By James Baldwin

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Atl Theory Club: The Devil Finds Work By James Baldwin
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Murmur says
Discussion, facilitated by Brandon Kearns--
We will meet to discuss two very brief essays and one book by James Baldwin. Essays (5-6 pages total) will be posted to the ATL Theory Club Facebook page, but the book (144 pages) must be ordered by attendees in advance.

Mass Culture and the Creative Artist: Some Personal Notes (1960)
-- File uploaded to ATL Theory Club group page on Facebook.

The Creative Process (1962)

The Devil Finds Work (1976)
Baldwin’s personal reflections on movies gathered here in a book-length essay are also a probing appraisal of American racial politics. Offering an incisive look at racism in American movies and a vision of America’s self-delusions and deceptions, Baldwin challenges the underlying assumptions in such films as In the Heat of the Night, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, and The Exorcist. Here are our loves and hates, biases and cruelties, fears and ignorance reflected by the films that have entertained us and shaped our consciousness. And here too is the stunning prose of a writer whose passion never diminished his struggle for equality, justice, and social change.
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