The Shaping of an "Angry" Black Woman

Tamara Woods

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All is relative: much knowledge is received and unreliable; there is no captain, and even language itself, like the term "friendly fire," is duplicitous. Glenn Evans 360.459.9288 or send us an e-mail. Hall’s creative responses to her cancer diagnoses and treatments. She has been published in the Bohemyth, Belleville Park Pages, and Headstuff. The first settled in Ontario where she married Jakob Jonatonsson Lindal. The list of outstanding women poets in Yiddish indicates that, as with the Hebrew literature of the period, women made their entry into Yiddish literature mainly through poetry.

Pages: 154

Publisher: Sakura Publishing (March 22, 2014)

ISBN: B00J7149QY

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