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African American Women Writers

Paule Marshall (1929-1919), American novelist, short fiction writer, poet, and educator, is remembered for fiction that examines such issues as migration, cultural identity, family, and oppressive social structures. Marshall won many prestigious awards for her work, including the Langston Hughes Medallion Award and fellowships from the Guggenheim and MacArthur Foundations.

Genre: Psychological fiction

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