My Soul to His Spirit: Soulful Expressions from Black Daughters to Their Fathers
SoulDictates Publishing, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 203 pages
Gives voice to the feelings of love, pain, disappointment, fulfillment, betrayal, and confusion from a diverse group of black women as they chronicle a journey of healing and redemptive love toward their fathers. This heartfelt and candid collection, told through the genres of prose, poetry, epistles, and journals, speaks to the core of family values and to the psychology of black womanhood. Original.
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