I've Been a Woman: New and Selected Poems

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Third World Press, 1985 - Poetry - 101 pages
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The author of several books of poetry, Sanchez' I've Been A Woman is the dynamic transcendental female voice of one of the finest poets of our time. Includes "Black Magic: Blk Rhetoric" and "Blues."  

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"how sad it must be to love so many women to need so many black perfumed bodies weeping underneath you... when i remember your deformity i want to do something about your makeshift manhood." Read full review

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Amazing poetry! I am in awe of her body of work! Read full review

Contents

Homecoming
3
Malcolm
10
Why
27
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Sonia Sanchez--poet, activist, scholar--was the Laura Carnell Professor of English and Women's Studies at Temple University. She is the recipient of both the Robert Frost Medal for distinguished lifetime service to American poetry and the Langston Hughes Poetry Award. One of the most important writers of the Black Arts Movement, Sanchez is the author of sixteen books.

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