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by Vine Deloria,Roger Dunsmore

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Author:
Vine Deloria,Roger Dunsmore
ISBN13:
978-0826317988
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0826317987
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University of New Mexico Press; 1st edition (October 1, 1997)
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The most original and evocative study of Native American literary accomplishments, and their sources, it has been my pleasure to read in several years. Karl Kroeber, Mellon Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University.

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Roger Dunsmore, Vine Deloria. These thirteen essays reflect Dunsmore's broad experience as a poet, student of native literature, and teacher

Roger Dunsmore, Vine Deloria. These thirteen essays reflect Dunsmore's broad experience as a poet, student of native literature, and teacher. They take their inspiration from Chief Joseph's statement that "the Earth and myself are of one mind," and go on to consider Black Elk; the work of D'Arcy McNickle, Simon Ortiz, and Laurens van der Post; Salish stories; and Pueblo sacred clowns

in Books Textbooks Humanities Literature American Literature. I am still reading this addictive collection of personal essays about being a native american in today's America.

in Books Textbooks Humanities Literature American Literature. in Books Literature & Fiction United States Anthologies. It makes you laugh and cry and really ponder what the next step for native americans - self identified or otherwise - ought to be. The essays are sometimes very challenging and certainly function as an antidote to the Dances With Wolves type ideology.

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This "manifesto" provides valuable insights on American Indian history, Native American culture, and context for minority protest movements mobilizing across the country throughout the 1960s and early 1970s

These thirteen essays reflect Dunsmore's broad experience as a poet, student of native literature, and teacher. They take their inspiration from Chief Joseph's statement that "the Earth and myself are of one mind," and go on to consider Black Elk; the work of D'Arcy McNickle, Simon Ortiz, and Laurens van der Post; Salish stories; and Pueblo sacred clowns. The idea that mind is something larger and more pervasive in nature than the Western tradition has usually considered suggests respect as central to survival and conveys the essential wildness of mind.

Earth's Mind will be useful to those who study or teach native literature or who simply want to understand better native world views.

"The most original and evocative study of Native American literary accomplishments, and their sources, it has been my pleasure to read in several years."--Karl Kroeber, Mellon Professor in the Humanities, Columbia University