For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf

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"For Colored Girls..." is a series of poems distilled over time into a Broadway show which was subsequently staged at the Donmar Warehouse, London. "Spell # 7" is a portrayal of black life in America. The author has also written several novels, including "Betsey Brown" and "Nappy Edges".

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Shawan M

Sep 13, 2012

Play and Movie Book

This book goes step and step!! I also love the movie!!

Andrea W

Jul 28, 2011

awesome book

This book is so unique! It is a combination of theater and poetry, which make for an easy and interesting read. Check out the movie! Not for children - explicit material.

debbyrah

Jan 14, 2011

Superb

Don't bother with the movie on this one. The poetry is vivid enough. More than 30 years old and still relevant.

gilbert251

Jun 10, 2010

short easy read - play

Very interesting written from a black women's point of view. 20 poems in the voice of different nameless women. The poems deal with love, abandonment, rape, abortion and other women's issues

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