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The Black Unicorn

Taschenbuch von Audre Lorde

90587901
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Artikel-Nr.:
90587901
Im Sortiment seit:
21.06.2019
Erscheinungsdatum:
04.07.2019
Medium:
Taschenbuch
Einband:
Kartoniert / Broschiert
Autor:
Lorde, Audre
Verlag:
Penguin Books Ltd (UK)
Imprint:
Penguin Classics
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Literaturwissenschaft
Gattungen u. Methoden
Seiten:
126
Herkunft:
GROSSBRITANNIEN (GB)
Reihe:
Penguin Modern Classics
Gewicht:
115 gr
Beschreibung
Audre Lorde was a writer, feminist and civil rights activist - or, as she famously put it, 'Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet'. Born in New York in 1934, she had her first poem published while she was still in high school. After stints as a factory worker, ghost writer, social worker, X-ray technician, medical clerk, and arts and crafts supervisor, she became a librarian in Manhattan and gradually rose to prominence as a poet, essayist and speaker, anthologised by Langston Hughes, lauded by Adrienne Rich, and befriended by James Baldwin. She was made Poet Laureate of New York State in 1991, when she was awarded the Walt Whitman prize; she was also awarded honorary doctorates from Hunter, Oberlin and Haverford colleges. She died of cancer in 1992, aged 58.
Information zum Autor
Audre Lorde was a writer, feminist and civil rights activist - or, as she famously put it, 'Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet'. Born in New York in 1934, she had her first poem published while she was still in high school. After stints as a factory worker, ghost writer, social worker, X-ray technician, medical clerk, and arts and crafts supervisor, she became a librarian in Manhattan and gradually rose to prominence as a poet, essayist and speaker, anthologised by Langston Hughes, lauded by Adrienne Rich, and befriended by James Baldwin. She was made Poet Laureate of New York State in 1991, when she was awarded the Walt Whitman prize; she was also awarded honorary doctorates from Hunter, Oberlin and Haverford colleges. She died of cancer in 1992, aged 58.
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