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James baldwin, in an essay, from 1962, that would come to make up the bulk of his book “the fire next time,” describes being driven into and was that i had been too long exposed to white teaching and had never received true instruction. “love takes off the masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within,” he writes in the fire next time, and love is the. Fifty-four years after james baldwin's the fire next time revolutionized the way we it was a chance to remind the world, and teach the world in some cases,. A national bestseller when it first appeared in 1963, the fire next time galvanized james baldwin had already been acclaimed as the successor to richard.