James Baldwin and the Queer Imagination

@inproceedings{Brim2014JamesBA,
  title={James Baldwin and the Queer Imagination},
  author={M. Brim},
  year={2014}
}
For many readers and scholars, James Baldwin occupies so central a place in black gay literary history that he has become a key representative for queer creative culture. James Baldwin and the Queer Imagination seeks to complicate this view by providing a sustained investigation of the queer implications of Baldwin's writing while addressing the problematic appropriation of Baldwin as the standard-bearer of queer literary history and African American writing. Author Matt Brim argues that… Expand
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