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Literary Nonfiction. African American Studies. Moving between journal entry, memoir, and exposition, Audre Lorde fuses the personal and political as she reflects on her experience coping with breast cancer and a radical mastectomy. Includes photos and tributes to Lorde written after her death in 1992. The cancer journals Item Preview. ENCRYPTED DAISY download. For print-disabled users. 14 day loan required to access EPUB and PDF files.

Author: Audre Lorde
Publisher: Penguin
Release Date: 13 October 2020
ISBN 10: 052550687X
Pages: 96 pages
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The Cancer Journals, by writer and activist Audre Lorde, explores the impact of breast cancer on a black feminist lesbian’s life. Juxtaposing journal entries, ret-rospective commentary, a speech, and an essay, the book documents Lorde’s battle against the fear, pain, and despair brought about by her 1978 diagnosis and subsequent mastectomy. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER October 1979 R. 52KB Sizes 0 Downloads 23 Views.

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Moving between journal entry, memoir, and exposition, Audre Lorde fuses the personal and political as she reflects on her experience coping with breast cancer and a radical mastectomy. A Penguin Classic First published over forty years ago, The Cancer Journals is a startling, powerful account of Audre Lorde's experience with breast cancer and mastectomy. Long before narratives explored the silences around illness and women's pain, Lorde questioned the rules of conformity for women's body images and supported the need to confront physical loss not hidden by prosthesis. Living as a 'black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,' Lorde heals and re-envisions herself on her own terms and offers her voice, grief, resistance, and courage to those dealing with their own diagnosis. Poetic and profoundly feminist, Lorde's testament gives visibility and strength to women with cancer to define themselves, and to transform their silence into language and action.