In Mad Love and War

In Mad Love and War Author Joy Harjo
ISBN-10 081951182X
Release 1990-05-21
Pages 65
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Poems deal with mortality, the past, violence, love, obsession, nature, travel, memory, desire, and myths



Reasoning Together

Reasoning Together Author Craig S. Womack
ISBN-10 0806138874
Release 2008
Pages 451
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A paradigm shift in American Indian literary criticism.



Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature

Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature Author Jennifer McClinton-Temple
ISBN-10 9781438120874
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 479
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American Indians have produced some of the most powerful and lyrical literature ever written in North America. Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature covers the field from the earliest recorded works to some of today's most exciting writers. This encyclopedia features the most respected, widely read, and influential American Indian writers to date. --publisher description.



A Study Guide for Joy Harjo s Grace

A Study Guide for Joy Harjo s  Grace Author Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN-10 9781410347206
Release
Pages 23
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A Study Guide for Joy Harjo s Grace has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from A Study Guide for Joy Harjo s Grace also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full A Study Guide for Joy Harjo s Grace book for free.



Contemporary American Ethnic Poets

Contemporary American Ethnic Poets Author Linda E. Cullum
ISBN-10 0313324840
Release 2004
Pages 326
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Alphabetically arranged entries explore the lives and works of seventy-five contemporary poets representing a dozen different ethnic backgrounds.



The Cambridge Companion to Native American Literature

The Cambridge Companion to Native American Literature Author Joy Porter
ISBN-10 9781139827027
Release 2005-07-21
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Invisible, marginal, expected - these words trace the path of recognition for American Indian literature written in English since the late eighteenth century. This Companion chronicles and celebrates that trajectory by defining relevant institutional, historical, cultural, and gender contexts, by outlining the variety of genres written since the 1770s, and also by focusing on significant authors who established a place for Native literature in literary canons in the 1970s (Momaday, Silko, Welch, Ortiz, Vizenor), achieved international recognition in the 1980s (Erdrich), and performance-celebrity status in the 1990s (Harjo and Alexie). In addition to the seventeen chapters written by respected experts - Native and non-Native; American, British and European scholars - the Companion includes bio-bibliographies of forty authors, maps, suggestions for further reading, and a timeline which details major works of Native American literature and mainstream American literature, as well as significant social, cultural and historical events. An essential overview of this powerful literature.



Dictionary of Native American Literature

Dictionary of Native American Literature Author Andrew Wiget
ISBN-10 9781135582494
Release 1994-10-25
Pages 616
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First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



How We Became Human New and Selected Poems 1975 2002

How We Became Human  New and Selected Poems 1975 2002 Author Joy Harjo
ISBN-10 9780393345803
Release 2004-01-17
Pages 272
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Over a quarter-century's work from the 2003 winner of the Arrell Gibson Award for Lifetime Achievement. This collection gathers poems from throughout Joy Harjo's twenty-eight-year career, beginning in 1973 in the age marked by the takeover at Wounded Knee and the rejuvenation of indigenous cultures in the world through poetry and music. How We Became Human explores its title question in poems of sustaining grace. To view text with line endings as poet intended, please set font size to the smallest size on your device.



Soulskin

Soulskin Author Marilyn Krysl
ISBN-10 0887376754
Release 1996
Pages 105
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"In these poems of revelation and beauty, Krysl steps into the skin of the compassionate mystic...she makes songs For The healer And The one to be healed, who are often one And The same." Joy Harjo, Author of Spiral of Memory, In Mad Love and War, She Had Some Horses, And The Woman Who Fell From the Sky the author of Midwife and Other Poems has produced a new book of poetry full of moving images of caregiving and receiving. Krysl's revelations about the transforming experience of healing will touch health care professionals, students, and educators.



Red on Red

Red on Red Author Craig S. Womack
ISBN-10 0816630224
Release 1999
Pages 336
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How can a square peg fit into a round hole? It can't. How can a door be unlocked with a pencil? It can't. How can Native literature be read applying conventional postmodern literary criticism? It can't. That is Craig Womack's argument in Red on Red. Indian communities have their own intellectual and cultural traditions that are well equipped to analyze Native literary production. These traditions should be the eyes through which the texts are viewed. To analyze a Native text with the methods currently dominant in the academy, according to the author, is like studying the stars with a magnifying glass. In an unconventional and piercingly humorous appeal, Womack creates a dialogue between essays on Native literature and fictional letters from Creek characters who comment on the essays. Through this conceit, Womack demonstrates an alternative approach to American Indian literature, with the letters serving as a "Creek chorus" that offers answers to the questions raised in his more traditional essays. Topics range from a comparison of contemporary oral versions of Creek stories and the translations of those stories dating back to the early twentieth century, to a queer reading of Cherokee author Lynn Riggs's play The Cherokee Night. Womack argues that the meaning of works by native peoples inevitably changes through evaluation by the dominant culture. Red on Red is a call for self-determination on the part of Native writers and a demonstration of an important new approach to studying Native works -- one that engages not only the literature, but also the community from which the work grew.



Borderlines

Borderlines Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105020772005
Release 1994
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Borderlines has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Borderlines also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Borderlines book for free.



Literature Nature and Other

Literature  Nature  and Other Author Patrick D. Murphy
ISBN-10 0791422771
Release 1995
Pages 212
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Postmodern theory at its best--a call for an ecofeminist dialogical method of reading literature and nature.



In Love and War

In Love and War Author Liz Byrski
ISBN-10 9781925161489
Release 2015-07-01
Pages 216
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In the aftermath of the Battle of Britain, airmen filled a small town where pioneering plastic surgeon Archibald McIndoe established revolutionary surgical and therapeutic treatments. For the child Liz Byrski, growing up in East Grinstead, the burnt faces of these airmen filled her nightmares. In her late 60s, Liz returned to make peace with her memories and to speak not only with the survivors—known as the Guinea Pig Club—but with the nurses who played a vital and unorthodox role in their treatment, sometimes at a significant personal cost.



Dwelling in Possibility

Dwelling in Possibility Author Yopie Prins
ISBN-10 0801482941
Release 1997
Pages 373
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Contributors here suggest new ways of thinking and writing about poetry in light of contemporary questions about history and identity. The book covers a range of time, geography, and genre, considering poets from antiquity to the present and drawing on a variety of critical approaches--particularly the transformation of classical lyric through the figure of Sappho and the use of biblical material in women's verse. 4 illustrations. .



Soul Talk Song Language

Soul Talk  Song Language Author Joy Harjo
ISBN-10 9780819571519
Release 2011-10-15
Pages 164
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Joy Harjo is a “poet-healer-philosopher-saxophonist,” and one of the most powerful Native American voices of her generation. She has spent the past two decades exploring her place in poetry, music, dance/performance, and art. Soul Talk, Song Language gathers together in one complete collection many of these explorations and conversations. Through an eclectic assortment of media, including personal essays, interviews, and newspaper columns, Harjo reflects upon the nuances and development of her art, the importance of her origins, and the arduous reconstructions of the tribal past, as well as the dramatic confrontation between Native American and Anglo civilizations. Harjo takes us on a journey into her identity as a woman and an artist, poised between poetry and music, encompassing tribal heritage and reassessments and comparisons with the American cultural patrimony. She presents herself in an exquisitely literary context that is rooted in ritual and ceremony and veers over the edge where language becomes music.



Martha Graham in Love and War

Martha Graham in Love and War Author Mark Franko
ISBN-10 9780199969234
Release 2012-06-05
Pages 240
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Often called the Picasso, Stravinsky, or Frank Lloyd Wright of the dance world, Martha Graham revolutionized ballet stages across the globe. Using newly discovered archival sources, award-winning choreographer and dance historian Mark Franko reframes Graham's most famous creations, those from the World War II era, by restoring their rich historical and personal context. Graham matured as an artist during the global crisis of fascism, the conflict of World War II, and the post-war period that ushered in the Cold War. Franko focuses on four of her most powerful works, American Document (1938), Appalachian Spring (1944), Night Journey (1948), and Voyage (1953), tracing their connections to Graham's intense feelings of anti-fascism and her fascination with psychoanalysis. Moreover, Franko explores Graham's intense personal and professional bond with dancer and choreographer Erick Hawkins. The author traces the impact of their constantly changing feelings about each other and about their work, and how Graham wove together strands of love, passion, politics, and myth to create a unique and iconically American school of choreography and dance.



Contemporary American Women Poets

Contemporary American Women Poets Author Catherine Cucinella
ISBN-10 0313317836
Release 2002
Pages 402
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In mapping the achievements of contemporary American women poets, this reference helps liberate them from restrictive conventional views and illustrates the tremendous diversity of their works. Included are alphabetically arranged entries on nearly 70 American women poets who published significant works after 1945.