Beale Street Blues

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Full Color Edition Beale Street Blues is a collection of photographs, sonnets, free-writes and poetry created by students at the James Baldwin School in New York City. During the course of a semester, students in the English class, Beale Street Blues, studied the novel If Beale Street Could Talk, by James Baldwin. Major themes explored in this text were love, trouble, rage, redemption and the essential question,“Can Love Save All?” If Beale Street Could Talk is a moving account of Fonny and Tish, two adolescents overlooked by society, who try to navigate their way through the gritty, hostile world of New York City circa 1970.
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James Baldwin School
September 29, 2011
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