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Grammar of dissent : poetry and prose

Author: Dionne Brand; Claire Harris; Carol Morrell; Marlene Nourbese Philip
Publisher: Fredericton, N.B. : Goose Lane, 1994.
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Grammar of dissent.
Fredericton, N.B. : Goose Lane, 1994
(OCoLC)624437457
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dionne Brand; Claire Harris; Carol Morrell; Marlene Nourbese Philip
ISBN: 0864921411 9780864921413
OCLC Number: 30976993
Description: 256 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Claire Harris. Why do I write? --
Nude on a pale staircase --
Where the sky is a pitiful tent --
This was the child I dreamt --
Policeman cleared in jaywalking case --
By thy senses sent forth --
Translation into fiction --
A Black reading --
August --
Fleshed with fire --
Travelling to find a remedy --
Framed --
And so--home --
Mysteries --
From Towards the color of summer --
A dream of valor and rebirth --
Death in summer --
Conception of winter --
No god waits on incense --
[Gazing at piles of newspapers she is wondering] --
[Daughter to live is to dream the self] --
[It is a matter of fact] --
M. Nourbese Philip. The absence of writing, or, How I almost became a spy --
Oliver Twist --
Fluttering lives --
Jongwe --
Blackman dead --
Three times deny --
E. Pulcherrima --
Anonymous --
Sprung rhythm --
A habit of angels --
Salmon courage --
July again --
What's in a name? --
You can't push now --
Planned obsolescence --
And over every land and sea --
Discourse on the logic of language --
The question of language is the answer to power --
She tries her tongue; her silence softly breaks --
Whose idea was it anyway? --
The first and last day of the month--
--
The hundredth day of the hundredth month--
--
Dionne Brand. Bread out of stone --
Since you --
Old I --
Old II --
Afro West Indian immigrant --
Shanty town --
Canto I --
Canto II --
Canto VI --
Canto VII --
Winter epigrams --
Epigrams to Ernesto Cardenal --
Amelia --
Diary--the Grenada crisis --
October 19th, 1983 --
October 25th, 1983 --
On American numeracy and literacy in the war against Grenada --
P.P.S. Grenada --
[Untitled] --
Blossom --
Jackie --
From No language is neutral --
From Hard against the soul --
Out there.
Responsibility: by Claire Harris, M. Nourbese Philip and Dionne Brand ; edited by Carol Morrell.

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