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An apron full of beans : new and selected poems

Author: Sam Cornish
Publisher: Fort Lee, N.J. : CavanKerry Press, 2008.
Series: Notable voices.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sam Cornish
ISBN: 9781933880099 1933880090
OCLC Number: 227328374
Description: xix, 179 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
An Apron Full of Beans --
Pictures of My Mother --
In Mr. Sanders' Barbershop --
Being in a Box is Better Than Dying like Jesus --
The River Just Keeps On Going --
Fanny Kemble --
Hungry --
In Mr. Turner's fields --
The Time Is Drawing Near --
Preacher Nat --
Harriet Tubman --
Harriet Tubman Is Moses --
Finding the Railroad With My Feet --
My Father Stole Away --
John Brown --
The Overland Mail --
Woman In A Red Dress --
Harriet Brings Runaways North --
Frederick Douglass --
While Lincoln Is Still Thinking --
Runaway Song --
Age --
Almost Gone --
Rivers to Cross --
Man With The Devil On His Tail --
Big Boy Leaves Home --
A Photograph or Two --
Apricot Bright and Tan --
Ebony --
My Old Gal My Honey --
Liver Lips --
Workers of the Soil --
Chocolate --
Toomer's Gone --
Sewer --
His Fingers Seem to Sing --
Pitcher of Lemonade --
Uncles --
Deep Chocolate --
Here Comes Sunday Morning --
Have You Heard the Little Presbyterian Children Sing? --
Sooner or Later --
When My Grandmother Died --
Brotherman --
With A Word On My Lips, I Fight --
Since I Have Seen You --
Annals of the Poor --
Mississippi --
Picture of My Grandfather --
Why I Did Not Give My Seat to That White Man in 1932 --
A Poem's in His Head Just for You --
The Short Unhappy Teen Years of Dirty Harriet --
Dirty Harriet --
Montgomery --
Sweet Sweetback's Badass Song --
Bigger Thomas Says Some Bad Niggers is Over Thirty. I Am My Mother's Daughter --
Young James B. --
The World of (Some of) Our Fathers --
Our Fathers --
All We Have --
They Won't Forget --
Meat --
Eleanor Roosevelt --
Country Gathers Like A Single Person --
Hiroshima My Love --
Hogmeat --
Some Chitterlings For Joe --
Strong --
The Green Hornet --
The Clean Well Dressed Men --
The Phantom Lady --
Boogie Woogie --
Jackie Robinson --
Mister --
Lady Day --
Sucked His Dick Cut His Throat --
Where The Daytime Falls --
What I Don't Have in Spades --
Southland --
Carmen Jones --
We Have Never Loved --
Mama Mine --
Negro Women of The Movies --
Coffin and Digger --
Street Song --
Frankie Has A Song for You --
Sinatra --
Pickup On South Street --
Taxi Driver --
Mars Attacks --
Thousands Make The Dusk Of Africa --
Sweet Song --
The South Was Waiting --
To Martin --
Luther King, Jr. --
The River the World Knows --
My Lord What A Morning --
Fannie Lou Hamer --
Freedom School --
Bus Boycott --
The Vertical Negro --
To Mr. Jim Crow --
Lunch --
Tired From Walking But Not Tired Enough to Sit Down in That Bus --
That Kind of Preaching --
James Baldwin --
My Brother is Homemade --
Things of the Street --
Birmingham 1968 --
Death of Dr. King --
Brother Poet --
Ray Charles --
Long Hair Thank God Almighty Nappy Hair --
Black Poet Negro No More --
1976 --
For Being There --
Boom Box --
Soldier's Story --
The South Is My Home --
Epilogue --
Elegy --
A Personal Glossary.
Series Title: Notable voices.
Responsibility: Sam Cornish.
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