Daily Archives: June 3, 2020

Nobody Knows My Name – James Baldwin (1961)

“Twelve years ago a young Negro writer named James Baldwin printed an impassioned essay. ‘Everybody’s Protest Novel,’ in which he attacked the kind of fiction from ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ to ‘Native Son,’ that had been written in America about the … Continue reading

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The Politics Of Experience – R. D. Laing (1967)

“When anything is ever written about Ronald Laing it often seems to be with a prefix of ‘controversial’ but for many people he was always thought to be talking absolute sense. Absolute common sense, in fact, if such a thing … Continue reading

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