In addition to novels, Cliff also wrote short stories, prose poems and works of literary criticism.
Her works explore the various complex identity problems that stem from the experience of post-colonialism , as well as the difficulty of establishing an authentic individual identity in the face of race and gender constructs. A historical revisionist, many of Cliff's works seek to advance an alternative view of history against established mainstream narratives.
Cliff was born in Kingston, Jamaica , in and moved with her family to New York City three years later. She has held academic positions at several colleges including Trinity College and Emory University.
Cliff was a contributor to the Black feminist anthology Home Girls. The two had been partners since ; Rich died in Cliff died of liver failure on 12 June From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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