Woman Talking Woman ePub download
by Maxine Tynes
- ISBN: 0919001629
- ISBN13: 978-0919001626
- ePub: 1897 kb | FB2: 1729 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Poetry
- Publisher: Pottersfield Pr; First Edition edition (December 1, 1990)
- Rating: 4.6/5
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Maxine Tynes is a poet who has lived all her life in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. See if your friends have read any of Maxine Tynes's books. She is the author of 'Borrowed Beauty' and 'Woman Talking Woman'. In 1988, Maxine was named the Milton Acorn People's Poet of Canada for her lively and intense writing. She teaches English at Cole Harbour High School. Maxine Tynes’s books.
The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award . Maxine Hong Kingston's THE WOMAN WARRIOR: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts was first published on this day in 1976.
The young Kingston lives in two worlds: the America to which her parents have emigrated, a place inhabited by white ghosts, and the China of her mother’s talk stories, a place haunted by the ghosts of the past.
Other collections of her poetry include Woman Talking Woman, The Door of My Heart and . It's generally hard to sell poetry books, but Maxine was the exception. When not writing poetry, Tynes was an English teacher at Cole Harbour High and Auburn Drive High schools for 31 years.
Other collections of her poetry include Woman Talking Woman, The Door of My Heart and Save the World For Me, a collection of poetry and fiction for young people. Maxine's poems were not elitist," said Choyce. She was also one of Peter Gzowski's favourite poets on his popular CBC radio show Morningside and frequently appeared on CTV's Canada AM, where she would talk about popular television shows and other media.
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One woman swung a chicken, whose throat she had slit, splattering blood in red arcs about he. The opening to Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts by Maxine Hong Kingston, is one of the groundbreaking works of Asian American Literature
One woman swung a chicken, whose throat she had slit, splattering blood in red arcs about her. We stood together in the middle of our house, in the family hall with the pictures and tables of the ancestors around us, and looked straight ahead. A~ that time the house had only two wings. The opening to Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts by Maxine Hong Kingston, is one of the groundbreaking works of Asian American Literature. The first chapter establishes a perhaps unreliable narrator, making the reader question truth and fantasy in this memoir. Woman Warrior (No Name Woman)" Track Info.
Maxine Tynes, celebrated poet, teacher and Dalhousie alumnus, passed away Monday in Halifax. Other collections of her poetry include 1990’s Woman Talking Woman and 1993’s The Door of My Heart. She was 62. Ms. Tynes was the first African-Canadian woman to sit on Dalhousie’s Board of Governors, serving from 1986 to 1994. She graduated from Dalhousie with a BA and a BEd, both in 1975. To many, she was known as a beloved English teacher at Cole Harbour High and Auburn Drive High schools, where combined she worked for 31 years. She also received a Canada Medal from the Governor General in 1993.
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The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Girlhood Among Ghosts is a book written by Chinese American author Maxine Hong Kingston and published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1976. The book blends autobiography with what Kingston purports to be old Chinese folktales, although several scholars have questioned the accuracy and authenticity of these folktales. The Woman Warrior won the National Book Critics Circle Award and was named one of TIME magazine's top nonfiction books of the 1970s.
Maxine Tynes is a poet who has lived all her life in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Her heritage goes back to the time of Black Loyalists in that province and Maxine has drawn heavily on that rich cultural past. Her writing is intense, personal, evocative and accessible in nature which earned her the titles of Milton Acorn People's Poet of Canada for 1988. When her first book, Borrowed Beauty, was published by Pottersfield Press in 1987, it received rave reviews and sold out in a few months. Now in its third printing, Borrowed Beauty has provne to be a bestselling Canadian title, reaching far beyond the usual audience for poetry.
Woman Talking Woman is a new and varied collection of poetry and fiction by this vibrant voice from Atlantic Canada. "Maxine Tynes is a woman/teacher/poet whose life is shaped by the pride and passion of her own strongly held beliefs and an absolute commitment to her personal politics." Sharon Fraser, Atlantic Insight