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Hannah Weiner

American Vocabulary Poet known for The Fast, Spoke, Clairvoyant Journal, as well as other collections. Many of her functions, including Small Books/Indians, cope with politics issues affecting Indigenous Us citizens. She graduated from Radcliffe University in 1950. 2 decades afterwards, she released her debut poetry collection. She experienced schizophrenia, an ailment that likely inspired her forays into psychic channeling and automated writing. Her delivery name was Hannah Finegold, and she grew up in Providence, Rhode Isle. Her relationship lasted four years and finished in divorce. Her initial poetry chapbook, The Magritte Poems, was motivated by the musician Rene Magritte.

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