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They had two children, Elizabeth and Jonathon, before divorcing in Her first volume of poems, The First Cities, was published in In she also became the writer-in-residence at Tougaloo College in Mississippi, where she discovered a love of teaching. In Tougaloo she also met her long-term partner, Frances Clayton. Whereas much of her earlier work focused wonen the transience of love, this Black women marked her most political work to date. Norton released her collection Coal and shortly thereafter published The Black Unicorn.

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