“The Anti-Colonial Vision of James Baldwin’s Last Two Unfinished Works.” The essay discusses Baldwin’s last two unpublished works before he died, “The Welcome Table” and “No Papers for Mohammed.” In both of these works, Baldwin returns to the themes of displacement, migration, home and exile, and identity, which are key ideas in the study of the African Diaspora. After reading the essay/review, discuss the thesis of the essay’s author, Bill Mullen. What is Mullen’s main argument? Do you agree or disagree with Mullen? If you agree with him, why? If you disagree, why not? What is meant by anti-colonial? Is Baldwin’s message in these 2 last uncompleted works still relevant for the African Diaspora in today’s world?
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