What Next : A Memoir Toward World Peace
Starting with a personal memory of his father, Leroy?s, war experiences, Walter Mosley writes passionately about the need for Black people to become active in the struggle for world peace. He argues that because of their experience of oppression Black people are crucially placed to build bridges between the affluent first world and the impoverished third world. Based on the personal insights that are the hallmark of his fiction, What Next is Walter Mosley?s moving call to action. A generous book that reminds us that we are all part of a wider community of interests that requires nurturing and support.
- Paperback | 128 pages
- 129 x 198 x 11mm | 100g
- 11 Sep 2003
- Profile Books Ltd
- Serpent's Tail
- London, United Kingdom
?Accept the official verdict: Mosley is a great and important writer? Independent ?His next work could well be a Pulitzer acceptance speech? Crime Time ?Mandatory? Time Out ?Mosley?s talent has outgrown every available genre? Literary Review
About Walter Mosley
Walter Mosley is the author of over twenty critically acclaimed books and his work has been translated into twenty-one languages. His popular mystery series featuring Easy Rawlins began with Devil in a Blue Dress in 1990, which was later made into a film starring Denzel Washington. Born and raised in Los Angeles, he now lives in New York.