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Split the Crow
Split the Crow
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Split the Crow
Split the Crow
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Split the Crow covers the terrain of othering, fear, violence, and oppression as historic realities of our young country. Beginning in New England during the ‘contact period’ between European settlers and Native North Americans in the mid 1600s, and weaving together both narrative and lyric, the poems tell of Mary Rowlandson’s captivity and forced march through New England during King Phillip’s War, catalogues Native American burial grounds, grave goods and their significance, and marks the nea…
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  • Autorius: Sarah Sousa
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  • Metai: 20150106
  • Puslapiai: 84
  • ISBN-10: 160235636X
  • ISBN-13: 9781602356368
  • Formatas: ACSM ?
  • Kalba: Anglų

Split the Crow | Sarah Sousa | knygos.lt

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Split the Crow covers the terrain of othering, fear, violence, and oppression as historic realities of our young country. Beginning in New England during the ‘contact period’ between European settlers and Native North Americans in the mid 1600s, and weaving together both narrative and lyric, the poems tell of Mary Rowlandson’s captivity and forced march through New England during King Phillip’s War, catalogues Native American burial grounds, grave goods and their significance, and marks the near-decimation of native northeastern culture. The collection migrates south and moves forward in time, covering the forced expulsion of the five civilized tribes from ancestral land, forced schooling of Native American children, and the way oppression of a people can result not only in the decimation of their culture but in cultural shame and amnesia, as well as environmental degradation.
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Split the Crow covers the terrain of othering, fear, violence, and oppression as historic realities of our young country. Beginning in New England during the ‘contact period’ between European settlers and Native North Americans in the mid 1600s, and weaving together both narrative and lyric, the poems tell of Mary Rowlandson’s captivity and forced march through New England during King Phillip’s War, catalogues Native American burial grounds, grave goods and their significance, and marks the near-decimation of native northeastern culture. The collection migrates south and moves forward in time, covering the forced expulsion of the five civilized tribes from ancestral land, forced schooling of Native American children, and the way oppression of a people can result not only in the decimation of their culture but in cultural shame and amnesia, as well as environmental degradation.

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