This introductory chapter first describes Paul Robeson’s early career and his political activism. It then considers the role of the artist in times of crisis, based on the development of Robeson’s maturity as a politically minded artist, as depicted through his three Othello productions. An overview of the subsequent chapters is also presented.
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