Possible Futures and Grammatical Politics in James Baldwin’s Another Country

@article{Fisher2017PossibleFA,
  title={Possible Futures and Grammatical Politics in James Baldwin’s Another Country},
  author={Laura R. Fisher},
  journal={Journal of Modern Literature},
  year={2017},
  volume={41},
  pages={137 - 155}
}
Abstract: James Baldwin’s Another Country (1962) reflects his engagement in the turmoil of the American present and the uncertainty of its future. Yet the novel’s characters never find the racial and sexual justice they are looking for within the confines of the plot. Instead, Baldwin gestures toward a potentially utopian world of human connection at a linguistic level, within brief passages of adventurous prose that wed modality as a grammatical register with the political and affective domain… Expand