Grace Nichols gives us images that stare us straight in the eye, images of joy, challenge, accusation. Her 'fat black woman' is brash; rejoices in herself; poses awkward questions to politicians, rulers, suitors, to a white world that still turns its back. Grace Nichols writes in a language that is wonderfully vivid yet economical of the pleasures and sadnesses of memory, of loving, of 'the power to be what I am, a woman, charting my own futures'.
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Language: English Paperback: 64 pages Publisher: Virago (1984) ISBN-10: 0860686353 ISBN-13: 9780860686354 Genre: Poetry Size: 12.2 cm x 19.2 cm Shipping Weight: 13 grams Condition: New
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