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Appalachian elegy poetry and place

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  • "Author, activist, feminist, teacher, and artist bell hooks is celebrated as one of the nation's leading intellectuals. Born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, hooks drew her unique pseudonym from the name of her grandmother, an intelligent and strong-willed African American woman who inspired her to stand up against a dominating and repressive society. Her poetry, novels, memoirs, and children's books reflect her Appalachian upbringing and feature her struggles with racially integrated schools and unwelcome authority figures. One of Utne Reader's ""100 Visionaries Who Can Change Your Life,"" hooks"
  • "A collection of poems centered around life in Appalachia addresses topics ranging from the marginalization of the region's people to the environmental degradation it has endured throughout history."

  • "Electronic books"
  • "Livres électroniques"
  • "Poetry"
  • "Ausgabe"
  • "Text"

  • "Appalachian elegy poetry and place"
  • "Appalachian elegy : poetry and place"