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- The Poetry of Jordan (Masterplots II: African American Literature, Revised Edition)
- Technical Difficulties (Masterplots II: African American Literature, Revised Edition)
- Explicating Poetry: World Poets (Critical Survey of Poetry: World Poets)
- Naming Our Destiny (Identities & Issues in Literature)
- Technical Difficulties (Magill Book Reviews)
- Poem About My Rights (Masterplots II: Poetry, Revised Edition)
- Technical Difficulties (Magill's Literary Annual 1991-2005)
- Naming Our Destiny (Masterplots II: Women's Literature Series)
At a glance:
- Author: June Jordan
Other literary forms
June Jordan’s literary reputation is based almost equally on her poetry and her political and autobiographical essays, which she considered inextricably connected. Thus her poetry addresses many of the topics she discusses in her major essay collections. In addition, she published a novel, books for children and young adults, an illustrated history of the Reconstruction and Civil Rights eras, dramatic pieces, and the prose memoir Soldier: A Poet’s Childhood (2000).
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