Chain of days

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Oxford University Press, 1985 - Poetry - 94 pages
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The poems in this volume draw on the experience of two cultures--those of the old and new worlds, the relationship between colonized and colonizer, between the individual and officialdom. Berry's principal theme is the suppression of blacks presented in proverbial and metaphysical ways.

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Chain of Days
Fantasy of an African
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Berry received the Order of the British Empire for his contributions to poetry.

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