Nichols was born and raised in Guyana, a nation that is considered to be a part of the Caribbean, even though it is located in South America. She held teaching and reporting jobs in Guyana after finishing her university work, and she immigrated to the United Kingdom in In the case of this poem, it is probably safe to assume that the speaker is Grace Nichols, who is writing a praise song in honor of her mother.
In Mary married airman Raymond Baxter who left to serve in England, returning to Lowell in Her daughter Judy was born September Mary told Judy that Jack Kerouac was her father.
Daughter Cheryl bornbut Mary and Raymond divorced in Suffered poor health for many years from toxic waste dumped near her home in the s.
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Born in Wigan, England. Went on to Columbia University and Harvard, where he graduated with a degree in Landscape Architecture. Currently working for the U. National Parks Service and has published a book on the history of that department.
Her father an important editor at the New York Times. Graduated from Barnard College, NY. Louis, educated at Philips Andover Academy, Mass. Married Francesca Von Hartz in and had three sons with her.
Lived in Washington, D. Now a successful abstract painter in New York. Grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, where her father was a professor of biochemistry at Vanderbilt University.
Obtained MA at University of Denver.
Writer, painter, and theatrical designer. Became Neal Cassady's second wife inand mother of three of his children. Close friend and sometime lover of Jack Kerouac. Author of Off the Road: Living in England since Worked as fitness instructor. Now Activites Administrator for retirement community.
Named after Kerouac and Ginsberg.
Once made dulcimers, then worked for a computer company which manufactures optical scanners in San Jose, California. Took classes with Nureyev and Barishnakov in New York. Now office manager for a dentist.
His mother died when he was ten, and Neal spent much of his youth living on the streets of skid row Denver with his father, or spending time in reform school.
Married LuAnne Henderson in They travelled to New York where they met Kerouac, Ginsberg, and friends. Marriage annulled inand Neal married Carolyn Robinson in Denver.
Worked as railroad brakeman for Southern Pacific.
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