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Reinventing the Enemy's Language: Contemporary Native Women's Writings of ...
Joy Harjo,Gloria Bird
No preview available - 1997
Introduction A Gathering of Spirit
The Mother of Us All drawing by Jaune QuickToSee Smith
Artifact poem by Edith Purevich
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Anita arms asked Attakullakulla Aunt Garnet baby Beth Beth Brant blue called Carol Lee Sanchez Cherokee Chrystos clothes color dance dancers dark daughter David Donna door dream dress drink earth eyes face feel feminist gathering girl girl's grandchild Grandma Grandmother hair hands head hear husband Indian women Janice Gould Jessie Joy Harjo kids knew LaDuke Lakota land laugh Lena's lesbian Linda Hogan listen live looked Luci Tapahonso mother moved Native never night NorthSun Nulato Ohoyo Oklahoma Paula Gunn Allen poetry Press pulled remember river shoes Sister Lena sitting skin smell smile snakes sound spirit stand stood stories Strawberry Press Sullie Sullie's talk tell tent things thought told took touch trees tribal uranium voice waiting walk watched Wendy Rose wind window Winona LaDuke women's movement words