|Rebellion: Essays 1980-1991
These are vivid, lyrical essays about the wild terrain of personal and political change.
Spanning a decade, exploring both familiar and uncharted territory, Rebellion is
autobiographical and activist writing rooted in the red dirt of the South. The author
engages matters of the heart, skin, spirit, family, lovers and friends as she opens up
secrets and raises questions. Silence and censorship, money and class, war and art, race
and sex shape the geography of the poets narration of her life.
Pratt covers new ground in Rebellion, finding ways not marked on any of the maps
she has been givenpaths into her life as a lesbian and a writer where "the will
to change is the true rebellion."
Rebellion contains "Identity: Skin Blood Heart," now considered a
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Rebellion: Essays 1980-1991
paper ISBN 1-56341-006-0
cloth ISBN 1-56341-007-9
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