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Gwendolyn Brooks reading her poetry, with an introductory poem by Don L. Lee.

Author: Gwendolyn Brooks; Haki R Madhubuti
Publisher: Caedmon [1969]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Gwendolyn Brooks; Haki R Madhubuti
OCLC Number: 3185086
Notes: Introductory poem entitled: Gwendolyn Brooks.
Durations listed on slipcase.
Playable also on monaural equipment.
Notes by Don L. Lee on slipcase.
Contents: Gwendolyn Brooks, by Don L. Lee.--Kitchenette building; Obituary for a living lady; Sadie and Maud; Mathew Cole; The vacant lot; Queen of the blues; The mother, and The Sundays of Satin-Legs Smith, from A street in Bronzeville.--The parents: People like our marriage Maxie and Andrew; Do not be afraid of no; Pygmies are pygmies still, though perched on Alps; The rites for cousin Vit, and Leaves from a loose-leaf diary, from Annie Allen.--The children of the poor, from Annie Allen.--My little 'bout-town gal; The bean eaters; Old Mary; The lovers of the poor; A man of the Middle Class; Kid Bruin, and The ghost at the Quincy Club, from The bean eaters.--Garbageman: The man with the orderly mind, and Weaponed woman, from Selected poems.--Riot, from Black expression, Vol. 1, No. 1.--Gang girls; The wall, and The sermon on the warpland, from In the mecca.

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