When He Hollers, Let Him Go (Sepia) by Teresa Mcclain-Watson

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Subjects:

  • Romance,
  • Romance - Contemporary,
  • American Light Romantic Fiction,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - Romance,
  • Romance: Modern,
  • Fiction / General,
  • African American Baptists,
  • African American librarians,
  • Clergy

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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages432
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8789170M
ISBN 101583146644
ISBN 109781583146644

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If He Hollers Let Him Go is by Chester Himes. He was more famous for his novels about New York City such as Cotton Comes To Harlem, but during World War II he travelled to California hoping for a piece of the American dream.

Instead he ran into racism just like he was trying to get away by: If He Hollers Let Him Go, however, is not set in a surreal world but instead in the reality of war time Los Angeles. The main character, Bob Johnson, is a "leaderman" at a shipyard and dating The main character, Bob Johnson, is a "leaderman" at a shipyard and dating4/5.

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This story of a man living every day in fear of his life for simply being black is as powerful today as it was when it was first published in The novel takes place in the space of four days in the life of Bob Jones, a black man who is constantly plagued by the effects of racism.

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Buy multiple copies, after reading it you'll want extras to give as gifts/5(11). If He Hollers Let Him Go is a novel written by Chester Himes and published in It follows the story of Bob Jones, a naval shipyard crew member recently promoted to supervisor. In the novel. Raised in a segregated Missouri and Cleveland, Chester Himes () began his remarkable writing career writing short stories and magazine articles from prison.

Once released, he began working at a shipyard, which he used as the basis for his most famous novel, If He Hollers, Let Him Go. He eventually settled in Paris, where he penned most. Editions for If He Hollers Let Him Go: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback publishe Cited by:   Buy a cheap copy of If He Hollers Let Him Go book by Chester Himes.

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If He Hollers Let Him Go is a masterpiece for its bitter and honest portrayal of the life of a normal black man in America * Barnes & Noble * [Himes] taught me the difference between a black detective and Sherlock Holmes -- Ishmael Reed America's central American black writer -- James Sallis A howling rage of a novel an uncomfortable and 4/5(K).

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He was paroled after 8 years and eventually joined the Works Progress Administration, where he served as a writer with the Ohio Writers' Project. His first novel, If He Hollers Let Him Go, is about the fear, anger, and humiliation of a black employee at a racist defense plant during World War II and was published in /5(4).

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Himes, Chester B., If he hollers let him go. London, Sphere Books [, ©] (OCoLC)   Directed by Charles Martin.

With Dana Wynter, Raymond St. Jacques, Kevin McCarthy, Barbara McNair. An escaped convict goes to a small town to clear his name. He becomes part of a murder plot in order to pull his plan off/10(81). If He Hollers Let Him Go a Novel by Chester B Himes and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   A powerful story of racism that's as pertinent today as when the book was first publishedThis story of a man living every day in fear of his life for simply being black is as powerful today as it was when it was first published in The novel takes place in the space of four days in the life of Bob Jones, a black man who is constantly plagued by the effects of racism.

Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah and I met recently in her Brooklyn apartment to talk about “If He Hollers Let Him Go.” Her story, which is and isn’t about comedian Dave Chappelle, ran in the October issue of The Believer and was a finalist for a National Magazine Award.

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Book Description: Robert Jones has got a lot going for him - a steady job, a steady relationship and plenty of prospects - until a white woman accuses him of rape and, all of a sudden, his prospects seem a lot less bright. More books like If He Hollers Let Him Go may be found by selecting the categories below: Fiction /.

Both "If He Hollers Let Him Go" and "Lonely Crusade" contain incisive social criticism that few African-American writers dared to utter during the s.

In the early stages of Himes career he was in the elite company of novelists like Ralph Ellison and Richard Wright, as an Author: Mike Sonksen. Thank you, James, for this post. Chester Himes is one of my favorite writers and If He Hollers Let Him Go is one of my favorite of his books.

I will limit myself to a few brief comments: 1) Although Himes is ordinarily regarded as a “race” writer, the book is about class as much as race; 2) He understands whiteness as something attached rather than natural: “the white folks sure brought.

If He Hollers Let Him Go is a book that is easy to assume is about the “race issue”. Yes, at the time, it might very well might give an accurate picture of what America was like during World War II for a black man, but it also shows the struggles of being a woman.

If He Hollers Let Him Go ; This is Himes' first book and was written while he was prison. The protagonist is Bob Jones, an articulate (two years of college) black leaderman at the shipyard. He desparately wants to simply get along and be left alone.

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Chester Himes’, If He Hollers Let Him Go, provides a graphic window into the world of racism where his protagonist, Bob Jones, outlines personal dreams that serve as a framework to recreate the reality of the overwhelming prejudice prevalent in the s.

The novel unfolds over a course of four to five days, where each day begins with a nightmare encountering various.

Get this from a library. If he hollers let him go: a novel. [Chester B Himes] -- "Set in southern California in the early forties, the novel spans four days in the life of Bob Jones, a black man relentlessly plagued by the effects of World War II racism.".

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A film adaptation with Raymond St. Jacques, Barbara McNair, Kevin McCarthy, and Arthur O'Connell bore little resemblance to the book. If He Hollers Let Him Go, first novel by Chester Himes, published inoften considered to be his most powerful work.

Bob Jones, a sensitive black man, is driven to the brink by the humiliation he endures from the racism he encounters while working in a defense plant during World War II.

Doubleday accepted If He Hollers Let Him Go and then spent months butchering the novel before releasing it. The book (which depicts an explosive relationship between a black man and a white woman) was published inby which time Himes had developed friendships with Richard Wright and numerous other black artists.

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Immediately recognised as a masterful expose of racism in everyday life, If He Hollers Let Him Go is Chester Himes' first book, originally published in About the author Chester Himes was born in Missouri in and grew up in Cleveland.

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Essay If He Hollers Let Him Go. Second World War, it became obvious that one thing that had yet to be entirely solved, racial discrimination. In the novel, If He Hollers Let Him Go, Chester Himes creates a wide variety of characters that all have a different, but concrete, view point on race and racial discrimination.

If He Hollers Let Him Go: A Novel. Average rating: out of 5 stars author of Bad Boy Brawly Brown, Devil in a Blue Dress If He Hollers is an austere and concentrated study of black experience, set in southern California in the early forties.

Independent Publisher" A powerful story of racism that's as pertinent today as when the book was /5(4). As a protest novel, If He Hollers Let Him Go features many passages where its characters explicitly offer insightful arguments and analysis about race and racism in America.

Although it is a work of fiction, the book, therefore, offers a valuable contribution to political and cultural discussions about the role of race and racism in American.Book Reviews: If He Hollers Let Him Go.

If He Hollers Let Him Go by Chester Himes. Son, I thought it was a forerunner of such later works as Catcher In The Rye. I was impressed at how thoroughly this book captured its setting of time and place, s California, and at the same time discussed and displayed many issues common to "If He Hollers Let Him Go" was perhaps Himes' best book, and places him in the pantheon of American fiction writers of the 20th century.

It is an intense and muscular story, with a swath of characters drawn from virtually every social and economic class present in Southern California in the 40s.

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