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Also by Andre Lorde:
The First Cities
Cables to Rage
From a Land Where Other People Live
New York Head Shop and Museum
Between Our Selves
The Black Unicorn
Use of the Erotic: The Erotic as Power
The Cancer? !0u_rnals
ChOSen Poems: Old and New
SE ON COLONIALISM
;t chance and, With its own hands, drawn up over itself
mes down to saying that the salvation of Europe is not I '
L revolution in methods. It is a matter of the Revolu
Ie which, until such time as there is a classless so
Poetry and Knowledge
P 1Darn: KNOWLEDGE IS born in the great silence of scientic know-4
Through reflection, observation and experience, man nally domi-
nates the facts that bewilder him? Henceforth he knows how to find his
way through t