This is the most recent poetry collection of thisinternationally celebrated socialist and feministauthor. Covering the first five years after her return from over twenty years abroad, in Mexico, Cuba and Nicaragua, these poems describe Randallbattling threats of deportation from the Immigra-tion and Naturalization Service, waking from thenightmare of childhood incest, emerging as alesbian, and continuing her feminist support ofworldwide socialism in politically troubled times. Margaret Randall divides her time between herhome in Albuquerque and lecture tours across thecountry.
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press ISBN: 9780931122705 Number of pages: 73 Weight: 136 g Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm
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