|Statement||by Ella Higginson ...|
|LC Classifications||PS3515.I35 V2 1911|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||11029671|
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THE VANISHING RACE AND OTHER POEMS by Ella Higginson SIGNED FIRST EDITION Published by C. M. Sherman, Bellingham, WA, Softcover book in VG condition. First Edition; First Printing; 28 page from Inside the book cover detailed each year’s student book report, and Little Man saw that for him, it said “nigra, very poor” (25). Little Man’s very first experiences with racism first-hand has only angered him, and has shown him how unfairly he and other African Americans have been treated. Other poems in Silencer address less extreme forms of racial violence, the kind of micro-aggressions that, cumulatively, burrow into the unconscious, rendering one perpetually ill-at-ease. Sometimes this is simply a matter of strategic silence on the part of white people when certain topics arise: the phenomenon from which the book, like a. For our race and tribe to remain I know my people's heart Are like the seasons itself Forgetting the harsh cold When it's no longer snowy When Goliath is no more Who is David to be recalled upon They say So, why will i my life sacrifice When men who once did Were abandoned and never remembered Men whose sacrificial show of greatness/5.