Clifford's Blues: A Novel by John A. Williams

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Clifford's Blues: A Novel

'“John A. Williams proves again that he is the greatest American novelist of the twentieth century.” —Ishmael Reed   “Chillingly lifelike . . . Harrowingly authentic . . . Superb . . . An eloquent testimony to the largely unknown sufferings of blacks—not only African Americans but ‘colored men’ from all countries—who were incarcerated in WWII concentration camps.” —Publishers Weekly   “With Clifford’s Blues, John A. Williams gives us yet another gift of his astounding capacity to capture life shielded by the veil of unspoken history. With sparkling acuity Williams brings new poetry to this untold story of the Holocaust.” —Alexs PatePraise for John A. Williams “Williams [excels] in describing the inner lives of characters struggling to make sense of their experiences, their personal relationships, and their place in a hostile society.” —TheNew York Times “His legacy [is] his intellectual rigor, his insightful look at human psychology, and his fearlessness in addressing issues of race and creativity.” —NPR “[Williams] dares to think the unthinkable.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “Arguably the finest Afro-American novelist of his generation.” —James L. De Jongh  '
'“John A. Williams proves again that he is the greatest American novelist of the twentieth century.” —Ishmael Reed   “Chillingly lifelike . . . Harrowingly authentic . . . Superb . . . An eloquent testimony to the largely unknown sufferings of blacks—not only African Americans but ‘colored men’ from all countries—who were incarcerated in WWII concentration camps.” —Publishers Weekly   “With Clifford’s Blues, John A. Williams gives us yet another gift of his astounding capacity to capture life shielded by the veil of unspoken history. With sparkling acuity Williams brings new poetry to this untold story of the Holocaust.” —Alexs PatePraise for John A. Williams “Williams [excels] in describing the inner lives of characters struggling to make sense of their experiences, their personal relationships, and their place in a hostile society.” —TheNew York Times “His legacy [is] his intellectual rigor, his insightful look at human psychology, and his fearlessness in addressing issues of race and creativity.” —NPR “[Williams] dares to think the unthinkable.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “Arguably the finest Afro-American novelist of his generation.” —James L. De Jongh  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504033053 Pages: 309