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<strong>Ta-Nehisi Coates&rsquo;s essays</strong> have become major events. Is he a literary aberration, a Baldwin acolyte, or something else entirely?

Ta-Nehisi Coates&amp;rsquo;s essays have become major events. Is he a literary aberration, a Baldwin acolyte, or something else
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Ta-Nehisi Coates’s essays have become major events. Is he a literary aberration, a Baldwin acolyte, or something else entirely?

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