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The man who cried I am.

John Williams

The man who cried I am.

by John Williams

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Published by Qulaity Paperback Book Club in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published 1967.

The Physical Object
Pagination403p. ;
Number of Pages403
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18263328M

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John Alfred Williams (December 5, – July 3, ) was an African-American author, journalist, and academic. His novel The Man Who Cried I Am was a bestseller in Alma mater: Syracuse University. The Man Who Cried book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. There are men who can at times be stirred by the power and confli /5.

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Book Description: Originally published in Generally recognized as one of the most important novels of the tumultuous s, The Man Who Cried I Am vividly evokes the harsh era of segregation that presaged the expatriation of African-American intellectuals.

Through the eyes of journalist Max Reddick, and with penetrating fictional portraits of Richard Wright and James Baldwin, among other historical. The Man Who Cried I Am was originally published during the turmoil of the late ’s, in the throes of the Civil Rights and antiwar movements, and following the assassinations of President Kennedy, his brother Bobby, Martin Luther King Junior, and Malcolm X.

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Williams Published by A Signet Book/ Signet Books/ Published by The New American Library, New York (). John A. Williams (–) was born near Jackson, Mississippi, and raised in Syracuse, New York.

The author of more than twenty works of fiction and nonfiction, including the groundbreaking and critically acclaimed novels The Man Who Cried I Am and Captain Blackman, he has been heralded by the critic James L. de Jongh as “arguably the finest Afro-American novelist of his .John A.

Williams has 33 books on Goodreads with ratings. John A. Williams’s most popular book is Infants of the Spring.The Man Who Cried I Am was generally recognized as one of the most important American novels of the tumultuous s and it remained a popular seller in paperback for over ten years.

Eventually, it slipped out of print and the occasion of this first reissue by Thunder’s Mouth Press allows for a reassessment of Williams’ achievement.