- Notes of a Native Son
- “The wonderful thing about writers like Baldwin is the way we read them and come across passages that are so arresting we become breathless and have to raise our eyes from the page to keep from being spirited away.” —Edward P. Jones, from his new introduction “Written with bitter clarity and uncommon grace.
- Old Greek Stories
- It will be observed that while each of the stories in this volume is wholly independent of the others and may be read without any knowledge of those which precede it, there is nevertheless a certain continuity from the first to the last, giving to the collection a completeness like that of a single narrative.
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