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In 1949 she was the only person who applied to the Ottawa Journal newspaper to be a foreign correspondent to describe conditions in postwar Japan. I don't like sending work to magazines and competitions, but I know my work is good enough to be published as a book. Poetry is artistically rendering words in such a way as to evoke intense emotion or an Ah Ha! experience from the reader. But behind these names, and such signal poems as "Incident," " If We Must Die ," and " The Negro Speaks of Rivers ," lies another body of work that is also worth of study, acclaim, and respect.

Pages: 178

Publisher: Buffalo Arts Publishing (July 30, 2014)

ISBN: 0615931790

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