The paper sheds light on the literary achievement, ideas and inclinations of one of the revolutionary postmodern American poets, Nikki Giovanni (1943- ). It presents the Afro-American poet, Nikki Giovanni, her revolutionary temperament and rejection of racial discrimination and discrimination against the woman in poems like “The True Import of Present Dialogue, Black vs Negro,” “Nikki-Rosa,” “Poems for Black Boys” and “A Litany for Peppe.” The poet mirrors her time for its sex and race prejudice, and for its daily violence and unpredictable atrocities. The paper shows her condemnation of America’s political and social racial courses of action through an approach to selected poems as examples.
عبد المنعم, م.م ايناس
"A STUDY OF SELECTED POEMS BY NIKKI GIOVANNI,"
Midad AL-Adab Refereed Quarterly Journal: Vol. 1
, Article 13.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/midad/vol1/iss1/13