Vol. 1, Issue 7, Part A (2015)
A Study of Struggle for Love against Racism in James Baldwin’s<em> If Beale Street could talk</em>
A Study of Struggle for Love against Racism in James Baldwin’s If Beale Street could talk
Bharati Sachin Deshmukh
James Arthur Baldwin was a prolific American author. He was a Writer, novelist, essayist, poet, playwright, and social critic. Baldwin’s writing explored the basic personal questions and social and psychological tensions of blacks, gay and bisexual men. He published his powerful and promising novel If Beale Street could talk in which he intricately told the love story of Fonny and Tish. He explored the themes of parental love, struggle between love and racism and survival of love. The novel of James Baldwin was multiple implications. Baldwin described different emotions of love couple and their experiences. Through this novel, Baldwin illustrated the honesty and reliance on family, strong message of survival love and unity of family against the racism. If Beale Street could talk gave a strong insight, good understanding, and high awareness to a new generation who was facing the problems of racism in their life.
How to cite this article:
Bharati Sachin Deshmukh. A Study of Struggle for Love against Racism in James Baldwin’s If Beale Street could talk. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(7):21-23.