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The dead lecturer; poems.


New York, Grove Press [1964] .
ISBN 9780394172477, 0394172477

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Subjects African Americans -- Poetry.
African Americans.
Poésie américaine -- Auteurs noirs américains -- 20e siècle.
Description 79 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes In illustrated paper covers.
Published under the author's earlier name: LeRoi Jones.
Contents As a possible lover -- Balboa, The Entertainer -- A contract. (for the destruction and rebuilding of Paterson) -- This is the clearing I once spoke of -- A Poem for Neutrals -- An Agony. As Now. -- The pressures -- A Poem for WIllie Best -- Joseph to His Brothers -- Short Speech to my Friends -- The end of man is his beauty -- The politics of rich painters -- Titles -- Style -- Sex, like desire -- The invention of comics -- A Poem for Democrats -- The Measure of Memory (The Navigator) -- Footnote to a Pretentious Book -- Rhythm and Blues -- For Crow Jane (Mama Death) -- Crow Jane's Manner -- Crow Jane in High Society -- Crow Jane the Crook -- The dead lady canonized -- Duncan spoke of a process -- Audubon, Drafted -- If INto Love the Image Burdens -- I Substitute for the Dead Lecturer -- Black Dada Nihilismus -- A Hip Kitty -- A Guerrila Handbook -- Green Lantern's Solo -- The dance -- War Poem -- Political Poem -- Snake Eyes -- A Poem for Speculative Hipsters -- Dichtung -- Valéry as Dictator -- The Liar.
Genre Poetry.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)711112
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WorldCat Identities Baraka, Amiri, 1934-2014.
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