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Blakely, Gwendolyn Brooks
Brooks Blakely, Gwendolyn
Brooks, Gwendolyn
Brooks, Gwendolyn Elizabeth
Gwendolyn Brooks
Gwendolyn Brooks (American writer)
Gwendolyn Brooks (Amerikaans dichteres (1917-2000))
Gwendolyn Brooks (amerikai írónő)
Gwendolyn Brooks (amerikansk poet)
Gwendolyn Brooks (écrivaine américaine)
Gwendolyn Brooks (poetessa e scrittrice statunitense)
Gwendolyn Brooks (US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin)
Gwendolyn Brooksová
Гвендолин Брукс
گوندولین بروکس (شاعر آمریکایی)
گوەندۆلین برۆۆکس
ग्वेंडोलिन ब्रुक्स
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1917-2000
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Alexander, Elizabeth (1962-)
Archive of Recorded Poetry and Literature (Library of Congress)
Brooks, Keziah C. (see also from)
Gertrude Clarke Whittall Poetry and Literature Fund
Harper & Row Publishers
Hughes, Langston (1902-1967)
Kunitz, Stanley (1905-2006)
Lee, Don L.
McKay, Claude (1890-1948)
Nemerov, Howard
Printed Ephemera Collection (Library of Congress)
Walker, Margaret (1915-1998)
Young, Al
Titles: 
1987 Consultants' reunion two evenings of readings celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Consultanship in Poetry., The
African-American audio experience, The
Aloneness
Angela Jackson and Mark Perlberg reading their poems
Annie Allen
Anthology of Negro poetry.
Aurora.
Aviarian.
bean eaters;, The
Beckonings : [poems]
Blacks
Bone people.
Broadside treasury
Bronzeville boys and girls
capsule course in black poetry writing, A
Children coming home
Children of the Poor, Sonnet 2, The
craft of my fiction, The
Crno na bijelo : antologija afro-američkoga pjesništva dvadesetog stoljeća
day of the Gwendolyn a lecture, The
Don't cry, scream
Donald Hall and Etheridge Knight reading their poems
Essential Brooks
Family pictures
For Illinois, 1968; a sesquicentennial poem.
Gottschalk and the grande tarantelle
Ground work new and selected poems of Don L. Lee/Haki R. Madhubuti from 1966-1996
Gwendolyn Brooks and Katherine Garrison Chapin reading and discussing their poems in the Coolidge Auditorium, Nov. 3, 1969
Gwendolyn Brooks and working writers
Gwendolyn Brooks' Maud Martha, 2002:
Gwendolyn Brooks reading her poems with comment in the Recording Laboratory, Jan. 19, 1961
Gwendolyn Brooks, The Mother
Gwendolyn Brooks, We Real Cool
Howard Nemerov memorial reading
In Montgomery, and other poems, 2003:
In the Mecca; poems.
In the time of detachment, in the time of cold, 1965
International authors and writers who's who, c1999:
Jump bad; a new Chicago anthology.
Keri Hulme and Les A. Murray reading from their work
Kitchenette Building
Kofi Awoonor reading from his poems
Maud Martha : a novel
Mayor Harold Washington ; and, Chicago, the I Will City
Michael Benedikt and John Tagliabue reading their poems
Mother, The
My name is Afrika
National Poetry Festival.
near-Johannesburg boy and other poems
New Negro poets U.S.A.
Patricia McConnel, Joyce Carol Oates, and W.D. Wetherell, authors of three of the 'ten best' short stories in the PEN Syndicated Fiction Project, read their stories
Poems from prison
Poems. Selections
Poesia.
Poets in person. Gwendolyn Brooks with Alice Fulton
Portion of that field; the centennial of the burial of Lincoln, A
Readings in Afro-American poetry Gwendolyn Brooks, Michael S. Harper, and Robert Hayden reading their own poems and those of other Afro-American poets.
Report from part one
Revelry.
Riot
Song in the Front Yard, A
street in Bronzeville, A
Textes choisis
tiger who wore white gloves, or, What you are you are, The
To disembark
To Gwen with love; an anthology dedicated to Gwendolyn Brooks.
Very young poets
wall, The : for Edward Christmas
We real cool
Why L.A. happened : implications of the '92 Los Angeles rebellion
Will Breath a Mountain: No. 3. The crazy woman, I
William Golding reading from his work
Winnie
Works.
Contributed to or performed: 
Every Tone a Testimony: An African American Aural History
Literature Aloud
Poetry on Record: 98 Poets Read Their Work, 1888-2006
Poetry Speaks
Poetry Speaks to Children
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