Observant Observings

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Angelou remained mute for five years, but developed a love for language. Tell her she is nothing without thinking twice. However, at the Guardian, Salman Rushdie, among others, shared his delight over the decision, noting that Dylan’s lyrics have been “an inspiration to me all my life ever since I first heard a Dylan album at school” and that “[t]he frontiers of literature keep widening, and it’s exciting that the Nobel prize recognises that.” For Hazlitt, Hugh Ryan attempts to document the many personas of mid-1900s drag performer Malvina Schwartz, bringing color to the landmarks and styles of a queer world that sometimes threatens to be forgotten.

Pages: 91

Publisher: Tayen Lane Publishing (August 31, 2014)

ISBN: B00N84YQOQ

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