""A Talk to Teachers" James Baldwin". Anti Essays. 17 Oct. 2017
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There is no overstating the power and truth of his words about race and education. So even as I lament a formal education without Baldwin, I understand why. His truth was too much of a threat. He was unflinching in his telling America about itself and he did it for the love of his people and of this country. Baldwin wrote those words over fifty years ago and they are truer now than they have ever been. So even as we honor him for his profound contributions to the written word we must recognize that he has left a legacy far greater than that. The creative spirit and drive of James Baldwin is found in his flawless ability to reveal America and its racism to itself.
"Baldwin, James." World Encyclopedia. . (October 16, 2017).
The evolution of the romantic relationship between Tish and Fonny is at the story’s foreground. The fight against racial bias and the inconsistencies of the criminal justice system are of minor importance: nothing but love moves Tish on her way to releasing Fonny from imprisonment; nothing but love gives Fonny more hope and optimism. Love gives Tish and Fonny strength and endurance necessary to successfully pass the test of separation. In this sense, James Baldwin’s book is the triumph of the sincere human feelings, which can successfully break the racial and social barriers in the way to never ending happiness.