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After six weeks of studying Sanchez's Home-girls and Handgrenades (Thunder's Mouth Press, 1984), the 200 participants gather for Ms.
Among Sanchez's books of poetry are Homecoming (1969), We a BaddDDD People (1970), Love Poems (1973), A Blues Book for Blue Black Magical Women (1973), I've Been a Woman: New and Selected Poems (1978), Homegirls & Handgrenades (1984), Under a Soprano Sky (1987), Wounded in the House of a Friend (1995), and Does Your House Have Lions (1995).
Some of her later works are I've Been a Woman: New and Selected Poems (1978), Homegirls & Handgrenades (1984), and Under a Soprano Sky (1986).
21(st) Century Breakdown is divided into three acts: "Heroes and Cons," "Charlatans and Saints," and "Horseshoes and Handgrenades," and follows a young couple, Christian and Gloria, through the mess and promise of the century so far.
He further informed that four handgrenades were also found within the mosque and defused by the BDU officials.
The women underwent a gruelling 44- week basic training course in Bhanu and can now handle sophisticated arms such as AK- 47 rifles, light machine guns, INSAS rifles and handgrenades.
The three-act - Heroes And Cons; Charlatans And Saints; Horseshoes And Handgrenades - concept album charts the ups and downs between two characters, Gloria and Christian.
And as if that wasn't artistic pressure enough, they've plumped for a hugely ambitious concept album divided into three acts - Heroes and Cons, Charlatans and Saints and Horseshoes and Handgrenades.
O leiaf ar y pryd roedd yr handgrenades diwylliannol yma yn cynnig rhywbeth gwahanol yn y Gymraeg.
Her works received critical acclaim, most notably the autobiography A Blues Book for Blue Black Magical Women (1973) and Homegirls and Handgrenades (Thunder's Mouth Press, 1984), which earned the prestigious American Book Award for poetry in 1985.