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by Harryette Romell Mullen

eBook Blues Baby: Early Poems (The Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry) ePub
Author: Harryette Romell Mullen
Language: English
ISBN: 0838755151
ISBN13: 978-0838755150
Publisher: Bucknell Univ Pr (March 2002)
Pages: 145
Category: Poetry
Subcategory: Literature
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Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously uncollected poems . Series: The Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry. Hardcover: 145 pages. Publisher: Bucknell Univ Pr (March 2002).

Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously uncollected poems from the beginning of her career. Her early poems draw inspiration from the feminist and Black Arts movements.

Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously uncollected poems from the . Blues Baby: Early Poems (The Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry). 0838755151 (ISBN13: 9780838755150). Her early poems draw inspiration from the feminist and Black Arts movements, as well as her connections to diverse communities of writers and artists. The movement of this volume is loosely autobiographical - from chil Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously uncollected poems from the beginning of her career.

Mullen’s first book of poetry, Tree Tall Woman (1981), was . Blues Baby: Early Poems ( Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry ), Bucknell University Press (Lewisburg, PA), 2002.

Mullen’s first book of poetry, Tree Tall Woman (1981), was published before she went to graduate school; the poems from this first book are included, along with other early poetry, in Blues Baby: Early Poems (2002).

Blues baby : early poems. by. Mullen, Harryette Romell. African American women. Lewisburg, PA : Bucknell University Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on September 16, 2011.

Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry. Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously uncollected poems from the beginning of her career. By (author) Harryette Mullen. The movement of this volume is loosely autobiographical - from childhood narratives to poems about sexuality to indirect evocations of the poet's art.

Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously . Many of the poems address the subject of family and community, often emphasizing the strength of women and female friendship; some evoke culturally specific traditions and locations; others of a satiric nature offer cultural critiques.

MULLEN, Harryette (Romell) 1953-PERSONAL:Born 1953, in Florence, AL; daughter of James Otis (a social worker and . Blues Baby: Early Poems ("Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry"), Bucknell University Press (Lewisburg, PA), 2002

MULLEN, Harryette (Romell) 1953-PERSONAL:Born 1953, in Florence, AL; daughter of James Otis (a social worker and administrator) and Avis Ann Mullen. Ethnicity: African American. Source for information on Mullen, Harryette (Romell) 1953-: Contemporary Authors dictionary. Blues Baby: Early Poems ("Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry"), Bucknell University Press (Lewisburg, PA), 2002. Sleeping with the Dictionary, University of California Press (Berkeley, CA), 2002.

Find nearly any book by Harryette Mullen. Blues Baby: Early Poems (The Bucknell Series in Contemporary Poetry): ISBN 9781611481631 (978-1-61148-163-1) Hardcover, Bucknell University Press, 2002. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Cracks Between What We Are and What We Are Supposed to Be: Essays and Interviews (Modern & Contemporary Poetics). ISBN 9780817357139 (978-0-8173-5713-9) Softcover, University Alabama Press, 2012.

Blues Baby: Early Poems. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 2002. Blues Baby: Early Poems. Some of the poems in Sleeping with the Dictionary appear to be primarily sound-based; others are referential and even autobiographical-a return in some ways to the mode of Mullen's 1981 debut, Tree Tall Woman (reprinted in Blues Baby: Early Poems), although this move now occurs through the lens of formal experimentation. This mixing of styles keeps the reader 011 tiptoe as she shuttles between various means and modes. Harryette Mullen's most recent collection of poems, Sleeping with the Dictionary, engages questions of racial, sexual, community, and cultural politics within a rigorous yet playful framework of formal experimentation. Most of Mullen's poetry to date makes use of word games and formal constraints (many of them borrowed from the OuLiPo), using these devices to push disruption and referential difficulty to its limit. While these formal and thematic elements are present throughout Mullen's work, the singularity of each of her books is remarkable.

Blues Baby: Early Poems brings together Harryette Mullen's first book, Tree Tall Woman, with previously uncollected poems from the beginning of her career. Her early poems draw inspiration from the feminist and Black Arts movements, as well as her connections to diverse communities of writers and artists. The movement of this volume is loosely autobiographical -- from childhood narratives to poems about sexuality to indirect evocations of the poet's art. Many of the poems address the subject of family and community, often emphasizing the strength of women and female friendship; some evoke culturally specific traditions and locations; others of a satiric nature offer cultural critiques.
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