Dirt road home: poems

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Curbstone Press, Jul 1, 1995 - Poetry - 92 pages
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Poems deal with poverty, mixed heritage, nature, family life, and memories

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Dirt Road Home

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Savageau is of Abenaki Indian and French Acadian ancestry, and her poems explore the multistranded tensions of growing up poor in a family of mixed heritage. From her father, the poet inherited a love ... Read full review

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I'm not super into poetry so I was skeptical when I had to read this for class. I was pleasantly surprised, to keep it short. Worth a read. Read full review

Contents

Joseph Bruchac
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At the Fireworks
23
Glissando
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Copyright

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