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Bobweaving Detroit: The Selected Poems of Murray Jackson (African American Life)

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From a poet whose vision and vistas embrace Detroit's glass-strewn streets and soaring high-rises, this collection is universal yet site-specific in its evocation of jazz and its improvisations on the classics. Bobweaving Detroit is Murray Jackson's final collection of poems. Dr. Jackson, a highly respected educator, political figure and philanthropist, as well as an inter ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Wayne State University Press
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