Brief Evidence of Heaven: Poems from the Life of Anna Murray Douglass
BRIEF EVIDENCE OF HEAVEN: POEMS FROM THE LIFE OF ANNA MURRAY DOUGLASS by M. Nzadi Keita imagines how free-born, illiterate Anna Murray Douglass, wife to Frederick Douglass, the most vibrant black writer/orator of the 19th century, saw the world as an independent woman, mother, and an abolitionist in her own right. Poet Sonia Sanchez wrote the introduction.
Anna Murray Douglass, Frederick Douglass, Poetry, African Americans, Women
Africana Studies | Creative Writing | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Poetry | Women's Studies