Continuum: New and Selected Poems

Continuum: New and Selected Poems
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ISBN10: 
1574780387
ISBN13: 
9781574780383
Pages: 
150
Published: 
March 2nd 2007 by Black Classic Press
Rating: 
5.0

The distinguished poet Mari Evans writes unabashedly for and about African Americans, yet in her new collection, readers from all backgrounds can find profound insight into the human experience. Written without the flourish of fancy language, the poems are full of Evans’s brilliance, humor, and musical expression. Included are signature poems such as “I am a Black Woman” as well as new works that paint an intimate portrait of contemporary African American life.

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