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Baldwin, James.
Another Country.
Publisher: Diall Press, New York;
Date of Publication: 1962
Stock Code: 8805
FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp. [8], 436. Publishers’ original black cloth, white spine titles, and Baldwin’s signature tooled in white on upper board. Original cream publishers’ dust jacket with bold midnight-blue and maroon text, designed by Paul Bacon; crimson red endpapers. Very slight fading to cloth on top board-edges and split to end paper at inner front hinge, tooling bright. Clean, square, tight copy with no inscriptions or annotations. Miniscule stain to fore-edge. Dust-jacket unclipped and remains distinct and colourful, with some small chips and minor shelf-wear Very Good in Very Good dust-jacket.
SCARCE FIRST EDITION of the third novel from one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. Another Country paints a vivid depiction of bohemian life in 1950s New York, following a year in the lives of eight very different protagonists. Never one to shy away from taboos, Baldwin gives a eloquent and nuanced study of the complexities of interracial relationships, queerness, and non-monogamy in mid-century America.
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