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Re-reading Blackism in Marilyn Nelson’s Carver: A Life in Poems and Fortune’s Bones: The Manumission Requiem.

Abstract
One of the most profound poets of America, Marilyn Nelson is born in Cleveland, Ohio, and belongs to a military background. An accomplished poet, Nelson is a translator and children’s verse author. Authored over dozen of poetry collections; few have been finalists for the National Book Award including Carver: A Life in Poems. The poetry collections Fortune’s Bones:

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