Random House




What makes this book memorable is Wilkerson’s extraordinary narrative gift, as she pairs research with stories that illustrate the impact of the caste system.

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Review of ‘Caste’

In The Warmth of Other Suns, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Isabel Wilkerson eloquently traced the lives of the 6 million Black Americans who fled the Jim Crow South during the Great Migration. Never once in that 640-page book did she mention the word racism. “I realized that the term was insufficient,” she explains. “Caste was the…

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