Where the Apple Falls, Samiya Bashir

Where the Apple Falls

Samiya Bashir

Publisher: RedBone Press
PubDate: 6/1/2005
ISBN: 9780965665971
Binding: PAPERBACK
Price: $14.00
Quantity Available: 4
Pages: 77
SKU #: K11F
 

Poetry. African American Studies. LGBT Studies. WHERE THE APPLE FALLS resides at the intersections between woman and female—both human and environmental—and the concepts to which she is often linked: death, rebirth, victim, sexual/perverse. Seasons are crucial: from the birth of Spring through Autumn's final harvest, the work suggests a recasting of the farmer; a reclamation of both the fall and redemption/death/(re)birth on her own terms. Finally, WHERE THE APPLE FALLS highlights the resilience of strength. Even strength denied does not die. Instead, it continues to grow in power, waiting for its calling. WHERE THE APPLE FALLS reminds us to imagine, encourages us to answer the call, to revel in the beauty and possibility that we all embody, to consider our direction and route.

Author City: AUSTIN, TX USA

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