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The River Is Rising

Patricia Jabbeh Wesley

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ISBN 10: 1932870180 / ISBN 13: 9781932870183
Published by Autumn House Press, 2007
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Title: The River Is Rising

Publisher: Autumn House Press

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Perfect Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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In Patricia Jabbeh Wesley's third collection of poems, the poet writes about being caught between two cultures: her native Liberia and her adopted America. The struggles of the immigrant are contrasted with her memories of the Liberian Civil War.

About the Author:

Patricia Jabbeh Wesley is a survivor of the Liberian Civil War that ravaged the country from 1989-2003. She is the author of three books of poetry, Where the Road Turns,Becoming Ebony and Before the Palm Could Bloom: Poems of Africa. Her work has appeared in numerous American and international publications. Currently at work on her memoir of the Liberian Civil War, Patricia teaches English, Creative Writing, and African Literature at Penn State University, Altoona. She lives in the Pennsylvania with her family.

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