Signet (1970), Edition: Reissue, 272 pages
The prose and dramatic writings of Lorraine Hansberry provide autobiographical information about the author's life, thoughts, feelings, and career.
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A work which aspires to fill an autobiographical gap, but which makes no reference to the fact that Hansberry left her husband Robert Nemiroff to live as a gay woman. Understandable perhaps, given the time the book was published and the fact that Nemiroff edited it, but a fairly serious omission nonetheless.
272 p.; 4.36 inches
0451159527 / 9780451159526
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