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Jackson: U of Mississippi P, 1992. ———. Nikki Giovanni: A Literary Biography. New York: Praeger, 2013. Reid, Chera. ” Iris 42 (2001): 8–10. Nikki Giovanni 33 Literary Criticism Brosi, George, ed. 4 (2012). Features Nikki Giovanni. Cook, Martha. ” Southern Women Writers: The New Generation. Ed. Tonette Bond Inge and Doris Betts. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1990. 279–300. Fowler, Virginia C. ” Her Words: Diverse Voices in Contemporary Appalachian Women’s Poetry. Ed. Felicia Mitchel. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 2002.
Her second book, Original Sins (1981), was another East Tennessee novel, which portrays five young characters who choose different paths to personal identity in the 1970s. By the time Alther published her third novel, she had lived in New England for almost two decades, and that provided the setting for Other Women (1984). Following her divorce, Lisa Alther lived in London, Paris, and New York as well as Vermont. Her 1990 novel, Bedrock, is set in Vermont, but her next novel, Five Minutes in Heaven (1995), follows a Tennessee-born woman to Paris.
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