The Heart as a Drum Continuance and Resistance in American Indian Poetry (E–pub New) ↠ Robin Riley Fast


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The Heart as a Drum *celebrates poetry by a range of contemporary Native American writers *poetry by a range of contemporary Native American writers illuminating poets' shared and distinctive approaches to political resistance and cultural survival The poetry reflects an awareness of the divisions and conflicts inherited from colonization and a commitment to traditional beliefs about the relatedness of all beings This doubl. E perception engenders poetry that *Emphasizes Resistance And *resistance and continuance poetry that makes creative and uniue use of anguage The book elucidates these aspects the work through "cultural and historical readings of poetry written by both urban and reservation identified Indians from varied geographic and tribal originsThe "and historical readings of poetry written by both urban and reservation identified Indians from varied geographic and tribal originsThe focus is on the major themes in contemporary Na. ,
The Heart as a Drum Continuance and Resistance in American Indian Poetry