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         Clifton Lucille:     more books (100)
  1. Next by Lucille Clifton, 1987
  2. Everett Anderson's Christmas Coming by Lucille Clifton, 1971
  3. Everett Anderson's Christmas Coming by Lucille Clifton, 1971-01-01
  4. Amifika by Lucille Clifton, 1977-01-01
  5. EVERETT ANDERSON'S NINE MONTH LONG. by Lucille (illustrations by Ann Grifalconi.) Clifton, 1978
  6. Voices [VOICES] by Lucille(Author) Clifton, 2008-11-30
  7. What Watches Me? A Writing And Drawing Book for You by Lucille Clifton, 1965
  8. Quilting : Poems, 1987-1990 (American Poets Continuum Ser.) by Lucille Clifton, 1991
  9. Everett Andersons Goodbye --1988 publication by Lucille Clifton (Author), 1988
  10. Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir, 1969-1980 by Lucille Clifton, 1987-01-01
  11. Everett Anderson's Year by Lucille Clifton, 1974-01-01
  12. The Terrible Stories by Lucille Clifton, 1996-01-01
  13. Everett Anerson's Chrismas Coming by Lucille Clifton, 1991-01-01
  14. The Boy Who Didn't Believe in Spring by Lucille Clifton, 1973-01-01

81. Library System - Howard University
Thelma lucille clifton. Encyclopedia of AfricanAmerican Culture and History. lucille clifton. The Norton Anthology of African American Literature.
HOURS CONTACT US HOME SEARCH / BROWSE ... Lucille Clifton Reference Resources Metzger, Linda, ed. "Lucille Clifton." Black Writers . Detroit: Gale Research, Inc, 1989. 111 - 115.Founders Library.
Malinowski, Sharon, ed. "(Thelma) Lucille Clifton." Black Writers . Detroit: Gale Research, Inc., 1994. 134 - 139.Founders Library
Hine, Darlene C., ed. "Lucille Clifton." Black Women in America: an Historical Encyclopedia . V.1. New York: Carlson, 1993. 254 - 255.E185.86 B542 1993 v.1. Founders Libraries Salzman, Jack, David L. Smith, and Cornel West, eds. "Thelma Lucille Clifton." Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History Smith, Jessie C., ed. "Lucille Clifton." Notable Black American Women: Book II . New York: Gale Research, 1996. 108 - 112. Founders Libraries. E185.96 N68 1996. Clifton, Lucille. "Lucille Clifton." The Norton Anthology of African American Literature African American Writers
Ref PS153.N5 A344 200 Founders Libraries Black Literature Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Most Significant Works of Black Authors over the Past 200 Years . V.1. Detroit: Gale Research, 1992. 458 - 469. PS153 N5 B556 1992, Founders Libraries

82. Lucille Clifton And Galway Kinnell
lucille clifton Biography. poem telling our stories. Galway Kinnell Biography. poem from Another Night in the Ruins. © 19952008 Dia Art Foundation.
Friday, October 22, 1999
548 West 22nd Street, NYC, 7:00pm
poem: telling our stories
poem: from Another Night in the Ruins
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83. Dartmouth News - Lucille Clifton (Doctor Of Letters) - 04/28/05
Born and raised in Depew, New York (a suburb of Buffalo), lucille Sayles attended Howard University for three years and graduated from the State University
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Biographical background on 2005 Dartmouth honorary degree recipients
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Posted 04/28/05 • Contact Roland Adams
Lucille Clifton Poet Laureate of the State of Maryland from 1975-85, Clifton has received many fellowships and awards for her poetry collections and children's books, including the Shelley Memorial Prize, a Charity Randall Citation, an Emmy Award from the American Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, selection as a Literary Lion by the New York Public Library, the Shestack Poetry Prize and a Lannan Achievement Award in Poetry. She is the only poet who has had two books named as finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in the same year (1988, for "Good Woman: Poems and a Memoir" and "Next: New Poems.") In 2000 her poem "Jasper, Texas" won a Pushcart Prize and her book "Blessing the Boats: New and Selected Poems, 1988-2000" won the National Book Award for poetry. Born and raised in Depew, New York (a suburb of Buffalo), Lucille Sayles attended Howard University for three years and graduated from the State University of New York College at Fredonia in 1955. In 1958 she married Fred James Clifton. She worked as a claims clerk in the Buffalo office of the New York State Division of Employment for two years and as literature assistant in the Office of Education in Washington, D.C. (1960-1971). In 1969 her first book, a collection of poetry entitled "Good Times," was published, winning praise from The New York Times as one of the year's ten best books.

84. Gaia Community Quotes By Lucille Clifton
Quotes by lucille clifton. children when they ask you why your mama so funny say she lucille clifton (1936 ). Source On Strength Gotten from Others

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