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Moorhead Public Library 818.6 HOL (Text) 33500013500186 Main Available -

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  • ISBN: 0983547874
  • ISBN: 9780983547877
  • Physical Description: 55 pages ; 16 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Spout Press, [2019]

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Literary Nonfiction. African & African American Studies. Women's Studies. Carolyn Holbrook's EARTH ANGELS discovers, in the intimate spaces of daily life, contact points with visionary experience. As a mother, artist, daughter, sister, teacher, and an African-American elder, Holbrook's nonfiction unites worlds seen and unseen, domestic, intellectual, and supernatural, and weaves each narrative moment to its roots. EARTH ANGELS shows us that whenever two people meet they have a spiritual encounter in a historical context, and that this moment is both fraught and rich, reverberating through families and time. We need Carolyn Holbrook to remind us of this richness, and to demonstrate the complexity of its gifts. EARTH ANGELS is revelatory to the way mundane moments of an individual life act as a nexus for history and for the spirit world, the family, institutions and the imagination.
Subject: Holbrook, Carolyn (Carolyn L.)
Feminist spirituality.
Feminist spirituality.

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