Report from part two
Musings and notes about the life, the family, and travels of Gwendolyn Brooks that is a reprise of a prior book, "Report from Part One," published by Broadside Press in 1972. Brooks was the Consultant in Poetry for the Library of Congress from 1985 to 1986. This volume includes her introductions of visiting writers during that period.
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