Título: BlackGirl: Reflections, Expressions, ...
Año de publicación: 2005
Condición del libro: Very Good
heatheRenee was born writing. 1975. south side of chicago. as a growing girl, the world outside her three-flat window gave this only child plenty to ponder. while a move to suburbia during her adolescence would prove to be a study in social contrasts, her attempts at creative writing felt uninspired. during her twenties, however, a life of academics gave way to the pursuit of real knowledge. this ever-evolving conciousness has been her salvation. as with all things univeral, BlackGirl: Reflections, Expressions, Confessions marks a return to heatheRenee's writing roots. building on the legacy left by fellow chicagoans Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Gwendolyn Brooks, heatheRenee's words are the perfect blend between old school soul, new school sensibility, and a militant mind. walk with this young mother, wife, teacher, and literary artist as she bravely and sincerely tackles life in a world of contradiction.Review:
A new poet arises...and we bask in the truth and beauty of her gift. --Nikki Giovanni
[heatheRenee's] work is an uncompromising expression of the revolutionary hopes of our people...not wordy or complicated... --stic of dead prez, author of Warrior Names from Afrika
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