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In Montgomery, and other poems

Author: Gwendolyn Brooks
Publisher: Chicago : Third World Press, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Presents a collection of poems that provide monologues of a variety of voices, including urban children, Winnie Mandela, and Alabama civil rights workers.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1917-2000.
In Montgomery, and other poems.
Chicago : Third World Press, c2003
(OCoLC)606999144
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gwendolyn Brooks
ISBN: 0883782324 9780883782323
OCLC Number: 52269120
Description: ix, 147 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: In Montgomery --
A farmer --
Behind the scenes --
A girl --
An old black woman, homeless, and indistinct --
Gottschalk and the grande tarantelle --
Winnie --
Song of Winnie --
Thinking of Elizabeth Steinberg --
Michael, young Russia --
Brelve. a battered woman --
Brooke, Maj, of Hawthorn south school --
The beauty in the forest --
Black love --
Last inauguration of Mayor Harold Washington --
Duke Ellington --
Martin Luther King Jr. --
Jane Addams --
Danny Glover --
Astonishment of heart --
Old woman rap --
For Sara Miller, sculptor --
Art --
Patrick Bouie of Cabrini Green --
Children coming home --
After school --
The coora flower --
Nineteen cows in a slow line walking --
White girls are peculiar people --
My grandmother is waiting for me to come home --
I am a black --
Religion --
Uncle Seagram --
In east Afrika sala means gentleness --
In the Persian Gulf --
Song : white powder --
Abruptly --
Questions --
Our white mother says we are black but not very --
Puzzlement --
Best friends --
My brothers greet me every afternoon --
Pet --
To be grown up --
A something all my own --
I'll stay --
In the Mecca.
Responsibility: Gwendolyn Brooks.

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Presents a collection of poems that provide monologues of a variety of voices, including urban children, Winnie Mandela, and Alabama civil rights workers.

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