A Song of Lilith
Joy Kogawa, internationally celebrated author of Obasan and The Rain Ascends, offers a feminist version of the biblical story of Lilith, the "first Eve." Illustrated by Lilian Broca, A Song of Lilith combines poetry and artwork in a powerful ode to truth, transformation, and homecoming.
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The First Song 1
Her Wings and Wanderings 27
The Servant of Love 83
About the Artist and Author 106
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