One of these notices describes a battle fought between Baldwin I
of Jerusalem and the Turks of Syria, in which a mysterious personage is mentioned:
Even if Magnum should win the primary, attract the support of the Republican National Committee, and raise the campaign funds necessary to contend, Baldwin is
still expected to win the general election, says Robin Brand, vice president for campaigns and elections at the Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund, a nonpartisan group in Washington, D.
This gives the impression that Baldwin is
repeating popular speculation as if it were fact even if her evidence does not support it.
The latest evidence that there is renewed interest in the writings of James Baldwin is
Lynn Orilla Scott's James Baldwin's Later Fiction, the fifth critical study of Baldwin in four years.
At the young age of 37, Baldwin is
already a seasoned politician.
Baldwin's treatment of movie-going for African Americans, Ellis writes, resists the sometimes facile classifications occasionally found in spectatorship theory, for what fascinates Baldwin is
a complex collision of gender and race submerged on the screen, and its effect on an African American audience.