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Nobody Knows My Name is a collection of illuminating, deeply felt essays on topics ranging from race relations in the United States--including a passionate attack on William Faulkner for his ambivalent views about the segregated South--to the role of the writer in society, with personal accounts of such writers as Richard Wright and Norman Mailer.
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