Ralph Ellison's reputation essentially rests on one book, his groundbreaking 1952 novel "Invisible Man." He never wrote another novel, although "Juneteeth," assembled from a huge manuscript, was published after his death. For those who wish he wrote more, there is this illuminating and insightful collection of essays, which cover music, culture, literature, and politics, specifically through a black lens. Ellison trained a a musician and has a lot to say about jazz in particular.
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