1. Stranger in the Village by James Baldwin
"Stranger in the Village" is an essay he wrote documenting his encounter while visiting a tiny Swiss village that is approximately "four hours away from Milan" (Baldwin, 165). ... In the essay "Stranger in the Village," Baldwin expresses his feelings of loneliness and being out of place in a tiny Swiss village, and compares it to black men's general feelings of being a stranger in an unfamiliar world created by white men. ... Baldwin lectures that black people are strangers in the white man's world. ... He deliberates the reason for this inconsistency; B...
- Word Count: 1313
- Approx Pages: 5
- Has Bibliography
- Grade Level: Undergraduate