This person is the author of all the works in this book, but is also present as a character in most of them, as she writes in the first person, using stories of her life experience to illustrate her points and was a black lesbian feminist poet.
This person is the white feminist author of Gyn/Ecology. The white feminist perspective is seen as normative while any aberration from this norm is seen as other.
This person is the author of The Myth of Black Macho: a Response to Angry Black Feminists, the article which the author responds to in Sexism: An American Disease in Blackface.
Audre Lorde's mother
This person is a complex figure in the author's life. She is both a source of strength and a source of feelings of inadequacy for the author. She was born in Grenada and...
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