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James Baldwin’s «Go Tell It on the Mountain»

Historical and Critical Essays

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Carol Henderson

Contents: Carol E. Henderson: Foreword – Carol E. Henderson: Introduction. Reconciling the Spirit: The Father, the Son, and Go Tell It on the Mountain – Brian J. Norman: Duplicity, Purity, and Politicized Morality: Go Tell It on the Mountain and the Emergence of the Civil Rights Movement – William J. Spurlin: Go Tell It on the Mountain and Cold War Tropes of National Belonging: Homoerotic Desire and the Redeployment of Betrayal under Black Nationalism – Babacar M’Baye: African Retentions in Go Tell It on the Mountain – Casba Csapó: Race, Religion and Sexuality in Go Tell It on the Mountain – Margo Natalie Crawford: The Reclamation of the Homoerotic as Spiritual in Go Tell It on the Mountain – Carol E. Henderson: Betwixt and Between the Cross: The «Eve» Complex in Baldwin’s Go Tell It on the Mountain – Jermaine Singleton: Sacred and Silent (Man)ufacturing: Melancholy, Race and the Gendered Politics of Testifying in James Baldwin’s Go Tell It on the Mountain – Sherry R. Truffin: ‘Terrors of the Night’: Salvation, Gender, and the Gothic in Go Tell It on the Mountain – Carol E. Henderson: Layed Bare: The Filmic Representation of Go Tell It on the Mountain – Carol E. Henderson: Afterword. James Baldwin Now: Selected Bibliography of Scholarship and Criticism on Baldwin’s Go Tell It on the Mountain.