US novelist, short story writer, and essayist
1924 – Born on the 2nd of August in New York’s Harlem neighborhood.
1942 – Graduated in DeWitt Clinton High School, New York City.
1953 – Wrote autobiographical novel Go Tell It on the Mountain.
1954 – He wrote the Wrote The Amen Corner and performed in 1965.
1955 – Essay Notes of a Native Son.
1956 – His novel Giovanni’s Room.
1961 – He wrote Nobody Knows My Name.
1962 – Another Country (1962, novel),The Fire Next Time a nonfiction, on Muslim black separatism.
1964 – James Baldwin wrote Blues for Mister Charlie.
1974 – He wrote novel If Beale Street Could Talk.
1979 – The novel Just Above My Head.
1985 – Essay The Price of the Ticket.
1987 – James Baldwin died on 30th of November in Saint-Paul de Vence, France due to Cancer of the Stomach.