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Markings on Earth

Karenne Wood, Author
Format
Book
Published
Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2001.
Language
English
ISBN
0816521654, 9780816521654
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    a| Blue mountains -- Great blue herons -- Spider dance -- The raccoon -- Celebrating corn -- Amoroleck's words -- Chief Totopotamoi, 1654 -- Site of a massacre -- Oronoco -- Jamestown revisited -- My standard response -- Markings on earth -- Moving the mountains -- Hard times -- Colors -- The room -- Four weeks in July -- Something is always taking us away -- Urban nightmare -- Fire and water -- For my ex-husband -- Confession beneath plum trees -- Smoke -- In memory of shame -- Refuge -- Amends -- For them -- First light -- Endless land -- Veterans' dance with my father -- Discovery -- The lilies -- The bed -- The beginning of fire -- Cactus song -- Smoke dancers -- Making apple butter -- Order -- Red hawk woman -- Before your mother's death -- Between us -- Another visit to the cancer specialist -- The milking -- The man in the road -- Returning -- First light.
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    a| This book is a cyclical work that explores the many dimensions of human experience, from our interaction with the environment to personal relationships. In these pages we relive the arrival of John Smith in America and visit the burial mounds of the Monacan people, experience the flight of the great blue heron and witness the dance of the spider. We also share the personal journey of one individual who seeks to overcome her sense of alienation from her people and her past.
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