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Contemporary Caribbean Women"s Poetry by deCaires Narain

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Published by Taylor & Francis Group Plc in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL24278126M
ISBN 10020325953X
OCLC/WorldCa70847601

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Synopsis First published to coincide with Black History Month , "Bittersweet" presents a collection of contemporary black women's poetry. Featured poets include Alice Walker, Patience Agbabi, Debjani Chatterjee, Grace Nichols and Shamshad Khan.5/5(1). A list of contemporary women poets, people who brings something new to the poetry, who may be famous or beginning poets. Read and Enjoy Poetry and Poems by your favorite contemporary women poets. See also: All Contemporary Poets. “The day you left, I began to read space theories. I read about why the earth goes around the sun, about the solar system slowly collapsing into itself, about black holes and supernovas. But the truth is, the more I read about the universe, the more they began to blend together into a pastiche of you, of me, of us. I was pleasantly surprised when I opened Contemporary Women Poets. I had been expecting a book of just poetry but over the pages are detailed biographies and insights/interviews of the eleven poets contained within giving a greater understanding of who they are and what inspires them/5(5).