|AUTOBIOGRAPHY: SELECTIONS. FROM. ALONG. THIS. WAY. Published to |
great critical acclaim in 1933, Johnson's autobiography, Along This Way, is the
portrait of a selfdescribed race man and cosmopolite, of a poet, and also of an ...
|Here is, to quote the eminent historian Nathan Irvin Huggins, “one of the finest American autobiographies written in this century.” Born in 1871 in Jacksonville, Florida, James Weldon Johnson began his career as a high-school principal.|