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Migrations of the heart

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Published by Anchor Press in Garden City, N.Y .
Written in English



  • Washington (D.C.),
  • Nigeria


  • Golden, Marita,
  • African Americans -- Washington (D.C.) -- Biography,
  • African Americans -- Nigeria -- Biography,
  • Washington (D.C.) -- Biography,
  • Nigeria -- Social life and customs

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementMarita Golden.
LC ClassificationsF205.N4 G64 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p. ;
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3505844M
ISBN 100385175191
ISBN 109780385175197
LC Control Number82045248

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  Marita Golden has written both fiction and nonfiction, including Migrations of the Heart, The Edge of Heaven, A Miracle Every Day, and Saving Our is the editor of Wild Women Don’t Wear No Blues: Black Women Writers on Love, Men and Sex and the coeditor of Gumbo: An Anthology of African American Writing and of Skin Deep: Black Women and White Women Write About : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Praise For Migrations of the Heart: An Autobiography "It is a book all women will find useful and compelling and all men who love women will find disturbing, painful, and instructive." --Alice Walker "Golden's book reads like a lyrical and well-balanced novel, but it is all the more difficult to put down because the story is true.".   There seem to be endless possibilities for the use of this book is called Migrations. Open Hearts. Open Borders and it certainly opened my heart." * Books for Topics * "Wonderful, poignant a truly heartfelt read. This book would be a wonderful resource in a learning setting and the artwork throughout is stunning." * Mama Filz *5/5(3). Genre/Form: Autobiographies Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Golden, Marita. Migrations of the heart. Garden City, N.Y.: Anchor.

  Named in as a top ten historical romance novelist in Publisher's Weekly, Piper Huguley is the author of the Reconstruction era "Home to Milford College" series. She is a & Golden Heart finalist for two novels in the "Migrations of the Heart" series about the Bledsoe sisters and set in the early twentieth century. Layout Designed by: Certified Shop, Quilting From the Heart Papers Designed and Published by: Quilt Size: 51" x 68" Instructions to accompany this paper package can be found by purchasing the Geese Migrations book, published by Please reference the table of contents for pattern pages in the book.   — Book Page, A Most Anticipated Nonfiction Book “[ Late Migrations] is shot through with deep wonder and a profound sense of loss. It is a fine feat, this book. Renkl intimately knows that ‘this life thrives on death’ and chooses to sing the glory of being alive all the same.” — BooklistBrand: Milkweed Editions.   Read "Migrations of the Heart An Autobiography" by Marita Golden available from Rakuten Kobo. Distinguished author and television executive Marita Golden writes movingly about her life -- first as a black activist Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.