Sonia Sanchez's Poetic Spirit through Haiku

Sonia Sanchez's Poetic Spirit through Haiku

This collection of ten critical essays is the first scholarly criticism of haiku by Sonia Sanchez, who has exemplified herself for six decades as a major figure in the Black Arts Movement, a central activist in civil rights and women’s movements, and an internationally-known writer in American literature. Sanchez’s haiku, as an integral and prominent part of contemporary African American poetry, have expressed not only her ideas of nature, beauty, and harmony… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (May 31, 2017)

Page count: 210 pages

Language: English

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