The Selected Poems of Nikki Giovanni

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When Nikki Giovanni's poems first emerged from the Black Rights Movement in the late 1960s, she immediately took a place among the most celebrated and controversial poets of the era. Finally, here is the first compilation of Nikki Giovanni's poetry. It is the testimony of a life's work from one of the most commanding voices to grace America's political and poetic landscape at the end of the twentieth century.

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When Nikki Giovanni's poems first emerged from the Black Rights Movement in the late 1960s, she immediately took a place among the most celebrated and controversial poets of the era. Finally, here is the first compilation of Nikki Giovanni's poetry. It is the testimony of a life's work from one of the commanding voices to grace America's political and poetic landscape at the end of the twentieth century.

From the revolutionary -The Great Pax Whitie- and -Poem for Aretha- to the sublime -Ego Tripping- and the tender -My House, - these 150 mind-speaking, truth-telling poems are at once powerful yet sensual, angry yet affirming. Arranged chronologically, they reflect the changes Giovanni has endured as a Black woman, lover, mother, teacher, and poet. Here is the evocation of a nation's past and present -- intensely personal and fiercely political -- from one of our most compassionate, outspoken observers.

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Descripción William Morrow Company, United States, 1996. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. New.. 239 x 180 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. When Nikki Giovanni s poems first emerged from the Black Rights Movement in the late 1960s, she immediately took a place among the most celebrated and controversial poets of the era. Finally, here is the first compilation of Nikki Giovanni s poetry. It is the testimony of a life s work from one of the commanding voices to grace America s political and poetic landscape at the end of the twentieth century.From the revolutionary -The Great Pax Whitie- and -Poem for Aretha- to the sublime -Ego Tripping- and the tender -My House, - these 150 mind-speaking, truth-telling poems are at once powerful yet sensual, angry yet affirming. Arranged chronologically, they reflect the changes Giovanni has endured as a Black woman, lover, mother, teacher, and poet. Here is the evocation of a nation s past and present -- intensely personal and fiercely political -- from one of our most compassionate, outspoken observers. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9780688140472

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Descripción William Morrow Company, United States, 1996. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. New.. 239 x 180 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. When Nikki Giovanni s poems first emerged from the Black Rights Movement in the late 1960s, she immediately took a place among the most celebrated and controversial poets of the era. Finally, here is the first compilation of Nikki Giovanni s poetry. It is the testimony of a life s work from one of the commanding voices to grace America s political and poetic landscape at the end of the twentieth century.From the revolutionary -The Great Pax Whitie- and -Poem for Aretha- to the sublime -Ego Tripping- and the tender -My House, - these 150 mind-speaking, truth-telling poems are at once powerful yet sensual, angry yet affirming. Arranged chronologically, they reflect the changes Giovanni has endured as a Black woman, lover, mother, teacher, and poet. Here is the evocation of a nation s past and present -- intensely personal and fiercely political -- from one of our most compassionate, outspoken observers. Nº de ref. de la librería AAS9780688140472

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