Stonington’s James Merrill House Hosts Dialogue on James Baldwin

Nicholas Boggs at Merrill House (Courtesy of Nicholas Boggs)


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STONINGTON — “The whole question of who Baldwin was writing for and about, and who can write for and about him, is an ongoing one,” Nicholas Boggs said. “He lived such a profoundly interracial life …...

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