How James Baldwin views the fear and love of racism
We always say 'Love conquers all' is commonly said and heard in our daily lives. Ironically, this is necessarily not true as James Baldwin views our society. He illustrates the stereotypes of both Blacks and Whites. In his argumentative autobiography, The Fire Next Time, the author brilliantly perceives the idea that love, instead of fear, liberates society. To truly 'liberate' society, one must discover his/her individual and personal identity by learning to love.
Baldwin describes 'fear' to be ignorance, and 'love' as knowledge. He joined the congressional church due to fear…
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