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SO MY SOUL CAN SING

by | Read by Etheridge Knight

Poetry & Drama • 50 min. • Anthology • ©

Ethridge Knight's poems reflect his imprisonment in rural Mississippi and, later, in a state penitentiary. He reads with a strong, rich voice, resonating with the rhythm and jargon of the street. The 43 poems in this collection, including "A WASP Woman Visits a Black Junkie in Prison," poems to Eric Dolhy, Malcolm X and his young daughter, as well as some haiku, represent Knight's broad artistic and emotional range. P.B.J. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB 95]

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Retail pak • Watershed Tapes • 1986

CS ISBN #C-1212 $10.95 • One cassettes

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