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        Bill T. Jones Discusses James Baldwin's Another Country | The Great American Read

        What is Harlem? What is the big conversation in the world? These were the questions that Artistic Director of New York Live Arts Bill T. Jones asked himself as he read James Baldwin’s Another Country. In the novel, jazz musician Rufus Scott struggles to define himself and his art as he deals with racism and questions of sexuality in New York City. Find out more about why Jones picked this novel as his favorite.

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