She Tries Her Tongue, Her Silence Softly Breaks, Paperback

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Brilliant, lyrical, and passionate, this collection from the acclaimed poet M. Nourbe Se Philip is an extended jazz riff running along the themes of language, racism, colonialism, and exile. In this groundbreaking collection, Philip defiantly challen...
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Brilliant, lyrical, and passionate, this collection from the acclaimed poet M. Nourbe Se Philip is an extended jazz riff running along the themes of language, racism, colonialism, and exile. In this groundbreaking collection, Philip defiantly challenges and resoundingly overthrows the silencing of black women through appropriation of language, offering no less than superb poetry resonant with beauty and strength. She Tries Her Tongue, Her Silence Softly Breaks was originally published in 1989 and won the Casa de Las Americas Prize. This new Wesleyan edition includes a foreword by Evie Shockley. An online reader's companion will be available at http: //nourbesephilip. site. wesleyan. edu.
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