"Go Tell It On The Mountain", by James Baldwin.
Go Tell It On The Mountain, by James Baldwin, is enriched with Biblical references that bring to mind the spirit of the black Church and a realism that brings you back to Harlem in the 1930s. Throughout the book, the Grimes family turns to the Church in times of despair. These indications of God in the book show us the life of a black person in the 1930s.
<Tab/>In Bruce Bawer's essay entitled "Race and Art: James Baldwin," found in the anthology Novels For Students, my thesis is verified. "Like the Trinitarian God, the book is divided into three parts..." (Bawer 80). God ha…
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