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Lucille Clifton and the Task of Remembering


Lucille Clifton and the Task of Remembering


The poet’s memoir Generations is both a chronicle of her ancestral lineage and lesson in the centrality of Black women to the story of American history.


In a deeply profound exploration of what it means to remember Lucille Clifton, The Nation hails Generations as both “a chronicle of her ancestral lineage and lesson in the centrality of Black women to the story of American history.”


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