Go Tell It on the Mountain: Library Edition Preloaded Digital Audio Player – Import, 1 February 2013
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About the Author
Adam Lazarre-White, best known for starring as Nathan Hastings on "The Young & The Restless", also gained notoriety on "Living Single", "Girlfriends", "Will & Grace", "The Parkers", and in the Emmy Award winning miniseries "The Temptations". His other television and film credits include "Heroes", "Grey s Anatomy", "Private Practice", "Deliver Us from Eva", "Ocean s 13", "All about You", and "Forgiveness". Adam has many credits as a voice artist on commercial radio, television, and film. He graduated from Harvard and then returned home to New York to train at Terry Schreiber Studios and continue his work on LA stages, notably in "Romeo & Juliet", "The Trojan Women", and Neil Labute s "This Is How It Goes".
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- Item Weight : 181 g
- ISBN-10 : 0792796136
- ISBN-13 : 978-0792796138
- Product Dimensions : 13.97 x 2.54 x 19.69 cm
- Publisher : Audiogo (1 February 2013)
- Language: : English
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Obviously James Baldwin is one of the greatest writers of all time so I don’t need to preach about his masterful use of language and pacing and characterisation (although I just have 🤣) but I do want to tell you that even if you are an atheist - as I am - you can still take something from this novel. Yes, there were some dense passages on nothing more than the bible and God, and yes, these were a little tedious at times, but the bigger picture here is this family; John’s family, and how they came to be who and where they are now.
I loved how Baldwin took us effortlessly from past to present in order to explore how these characters became what they are in the present day.
I felt unsure and disconcerted while reading this because I was thinking about myself and my own life instead of just reading the words Baldwin had given me. I was constantly thinking about this poor young boy who is gay but will never get acceptance for that. And his religious awakening I saw more as a cry for help. One that will never be answered because the era in which he lives is not equipped to give him what he needs. Very sad. But then I feel this way after finishing any Baldwin novel.
Although 60 years old, it reveals that not much has changed and that most fanatic religious people most of the time or the most hypocrite sinners
beautiful story, but expected more of the end