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Seeing through the Sun - 
      Linda Hogan

Seeing through the Sun

Keen observation and vivid imagery mark this collection of poems by a Chickasaw Indian. Linda Hogan's subjects are often drawn from events of everyday life--gathering wood, watching her daughters sleep, witnessing changes in the weather, awaiting nightfall. Les mer
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Keen observation and vivid imagery mark this collection of poems by a Chickasaw Indian. Linda Hogan's subjects are often drawn from events of everyday life--gathering wood, watching her daughters sleep, witnessing changes in the weather, awaiting nightfall. But beneath the surface of these daily happenings runs a powerful undercurrent, a sureness of life's basic rhythms and a sensitivity to the pressures of survival.
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Forlag: University of Massachusetts Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780870234729
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A teacher in the American Indian Studies Program at the University of Minnesota, Linda Hogan is a published writer and poet. Her other books include Calling Myself Home; Daughters, I Love You; Eclipse; and The Black Horse. Her writing has appeared in many anthologies, including That's What She Said: Contemporary Poetry and Fiction by Native American Women.