Born in a Jamaica still under British rule, the acclaimed writer Michelle Cliff embraced her many identities: a light-skinned Creole, a lesbian, an immigrant in both England and the United States. In her celebrated fiction, she has probed the intersection of prejudice and oppression with striking lyricism. In this collection of nonfiction, Cliff displays the same poetic intensity, interweaving reflections on her life with a powerful critique of racism, homophobia, and social injustice._x000B_
Subjects: Language & Literature
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