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Audre Lorde

Poetry

Interviewed by: Albert Belg

Catalog Number: 20000607, 19971020, 19921129, 19870220, 19790825, 19790222

Audre Lorde discusses her ideas about poetry and her experiences in West Africa. She reads poems from The Black Unicorn, and talks about the influences of her trip to the subject matter and settings of that collection.

| Subject Matter: West Africa, Feminism, Culture | Interview Year: 1979 | Genre: Poetry | Awards: American Book Award, Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Poetry, New York State Poet Laureate |

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