James Baldwin - Übersetzung nach Englisch
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James Baldwin - Übersetzung nach Englisch

AMERICAN WRITER (1924–1987)
James Arthur Baldwin; Baldwin, James; James Baldwin (writer); Lucien Happersberger; Baldwin james
  • A Baldwin quotation (ultimately misquoted) used in graffiti during 2020's [[George Floyd protests]] in Indianapolis
  • The house where James Baldwin lived and died in Saint Paul de Vence, France
  • Baldwin in Los Angeles, California, 1964
  • ''[[Notes of a Native Son]]'' (British edition) cover
  • James Baldwin at home in [[Saint-Paul-de-Vence]], France
  • Baldwin commemorated on a votive candle, 2022
  • Go Tell It on the Mountain]]'' (1953).
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Tombstone of James Baldwin and his mother Berdis at [[Ferncliff Cemetery and Mausoleum]], Hartsdale, New York

James Baldwin         
James Baldwin, (1924-87) schwarz-amerikanischer Autor und Bürgerrechtsaktivist, Autor der Bücher "Eine andere Welt" und "Sie nannten ihn Malcolm X"
Alec Baldwin         
  • Baldwin with Hilaria Hayward-Thomas in 2011
  • 2011 US Open]], Opening Day
  • Baldwin in 2009
  • Baldwin in 2012
  • Baldwin with [[Kim Basinger]] at the 1994 [[César Awards]], Paris
AMERICAN ACTOR AND PRODUCER (BORN 1958)
Alexander Rae Baldwin III; User:Peterstrempel/Baldwin-draft; Material of the Future; Material Of The Future; Alexander Baldwin III; Alexander Rae Baldwin; El Dorado Pictures; Alek Baldwin; Alec baldwin; Political views of Alec Baldwin
Alec Baldwin, (geboren 1958) amerikanischer Filmschauspieler spielte in den Filmen "Jagd auf Roter Oktober" und "Pearl Harbor"
Jimmy Cagney         
  • Cagney's crypt}}
  • [[Ann Sheridan]] and Cagney in ''Angels with Dirty Faces'' (1938)
  • Cagney takes the controversial final walk
  • ''[[Footlight Parade]]'' (1933)
  • "Bull" Halsey]], and Cagney on set
  • Cagney and Bogart in ''The Roaring Twenties'' (1939)
  • Cagney and [[Humphrey Bogart]] in ''[[The Roaring Twenties]]'' (1939)
  • Cagney and Pat O'Brien in the endlessly debated final walk
  • Pat O'Brien]] in ''[[Here Comes the Navy]]'' (1934), their first of nine films together
  • ''[[Here Comes the Navy]]'' (1934)
  • Mister Roberts]]'' (1955) with [[Henry Fonda]], Cagney, [[William Powell]] and [[Jack Lemmon]]
  • Cagney and [[Olivia de Havilland]] in ''[[The Irish in Us]]'' (1935)
  • ''One, Two, Three'' theatrical trailer
  • Cagney and [[Edward Woods]] in ''The Public Enemy'' (1931)
  • Passerby views original movie poster for ''The Fighting 69th'' in 1940
  • Something to Sing About]]'' (1937)
  • David Landau]], Loretta Young and Cagney in ''Taxi'' (1932)
  • [[Loretta Young]] and Cagney in ''Taxi!'' (1932)
  • Lobby card for ''Taxi!'' (1932)
  • The Crowd Roars]]'' (1932)
AMERICAN ACTOR AND DANCER (1899–1986)
Jimmy Cagney; James Francis Cagney; Cagney, James Francis; Frances Willard (aka: "Billie") Vernon; Casey Cagney; James Francis Cagney, Jr.; James cagney; James cageny; Cagney, James
Jimmy Cagney, (1899-1986) amerikanischer Filmschauspieler, Oskargewinner der Kategorie bester Darsteller in 1942 für seine Rolle im Film "Yankee Doodle Dandy"

Definition

Baldwin
A really good looking guy.
The new guy in my math class is a Baldwin!

Wikipedia

James Baldwin

James Arthur Baldwin (August 2, 1924 – December 1, 1987) was an American writer. He garnered acclaim for his work across several mediums, including essays, novels, plays, and poems. His first novel, Go Tell It on the Mountain, was published in 1953; decades later, Time magazine included the novel on its list of the 100 best English-language novels released from 1923 to 2005. His first essay collection, Notes of a Native Son, was published in 1955.

Baldwin's work fictionalizes fundamental personal questions and dilemmas amid complex social and psychological pressures. Themes of masculinity, sexuality, race, and class intertwine to create intricate narratives that run parallel with some of the major political movements toward social change in mid-twentieth century America, such as the civil rights movement and the gay liberation movement. Baldwin's protagonists are often but not exclusively African American, and gay and bisexual men frequently feature prominently in his literature. These characters often face internal and external obstacles in their search for social and self-acceptance. Such dynamics are prominent in Baldwin's second novel, Giovanni's Room, which was written in 1956, well before the gay liberation movement.

His reputation has endured since his death and his work has been adapted for the screen to great acclaim. An unfinished manuscript, Remember This House, was expanded and adapted for cinema as the documentary film I Am Not Your Negro (2016), which was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 89th Academy Awards. One of his novels, If Beale Street Could Talk, was adapted into the Academy Award– winning film of the same name in 2018, directed and produced by Barry Jenkins.

In addition to writing, Baldwin was also a well-known, and controversial, public figure and orator, especially during the civil rights movement in the United States.

Aussprachebeispiele für James Baldwin
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2. James Baldwin-inspired plays.
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3. Alice Walker, James Baldwin.
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Beispiele aus Textkorpus für James Baldwin
1. James Baldwin, for example, found a home in France.
2. The list included writers James Baldwin and Betty Friedan, Sen.
3. In 1'87, author James Baldwin died in Saint Paul de Vence, France, at age 63.
4. The only difference between the north and the south, wrote the late James Baldwin, was that "the north promised more.
5. Gary Younge reports Monday June 6, 2005 The Guardian "James Joyce is right about history being a nightmare," wrote the African American essayist James Baldwin.