Poems from Prison
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Poems from Prison is a debut book of poetry by African American poet Etheridge Knight, published in 1968. The book describes his eight-year imprisonment for robbery. It attracted the attention of such poets as Amiri Baraka, Don Lee, Gwendolyn Brooks, and his future wife Sonia Sanchez, who campaigned for Knight's parole.
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