1 edition of The young Paul Robeson : on my journey now found in the catalog.
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Hailed by many as a forerunner of the civil rights movement, he was denounced by others and seen by the U. Famous as a football star and prizewinning student, then acclaimed as a world-class concert singer and record-breaking actor on stage and screen, Paul Robeson became one of America's most controversial figures during the Cold War. Now he has combined painstaking research with personal observation in his own book, The Young Paul Robeson.
William Loren Katz was the author of and 40 other books on African American history. Now for the first time there is an illuminating, firsthand view of this remarkable African American by a writer who is uniquely qualified to tell the story. We are grateful for encouragement and financial support from The Puffin Foundation, Ltd.
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A close friend of Paul Robeson for twenty-five years, Brown wrote for the Harlem newspaper Freedom, founded by Robeson in 1950, and served as Robeson's collaborator on his book Here I Stand, and numerous other writings.
Reflecting on interviews with Robeson's schoolmates in elementary school, high school, Rutgers University, and Columbia Law School and drawing on original information from other sources, Brown provides a well-paced narrative of Robeson's life, from his birth in Princeton to the budding of his artistic career in Harlem.
Now for the first time there is an illuminating, firsthand view of this remarkable African American by a writer who is uniquely qualified to tell the story.