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Quick witted and articulate, Cornel West is among the world's most provocative, admired, and widely-discussed public intellectuals. In numerous books and other arenas, he has staked out his views on race, gender, class, foreign policy, and even jazz and poetry. Until now, however, he admits, "I've never taken the time to focus on the inner dynamics of the dark precincts of my soul." The soul-searching in Brother West is, as one would expect, laser-sharp. West's self-examination of his path from Tulsa schoolyards to major media forums is informed by the incisiveness and candor that have become his trademarks. Now in paperback.