Of Cartography: Poems

Of Cartography: Poems #2020

Of Cartography Poems One of our generation s most important literary voices Esther G Belin was raised in the Los Angeles area as part of the legacy following the federally run Indian relocation policy Her parents complet
  • Title: Of Cartography: Poems
  • Author: Esther G. Belin
  • ISBN: 9780816536023
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of our generation s most important literary voices, Esther G Belin was raised in the Los Angeles area as part of the legacy following the federally run Indian relocation policy Her parents completed the Special Navajo Five Year Program that operated from 1946 to 1961 at Sherman Institute in Riverside, California Drawing from this experience, her poetry, activism, anOne of our generation s most important literary voices, Esther G Belin was raised in the Los Angeles area as part of the legacy following the federally run Indian relocation policy Her parents completed the Special Navajo Five Year Program that operated from 1946 to 1961 at Sherman Institute in Riverside, California Drawing from this experience, her poetry, activism, and multimedia work speaks to larger issues of urban Indian identity, acceptance, adaptation, and cultural estrangement In this long anticipated collection, Belin daringly maps the poetics of womanhood, the body, institution, family, and love Depicting the personal and the political, Of Cartography is an exploration of identity through language With poems ranging from prose to typographic and linguistic illustrations, this distinctive collection pushes the boundaries of traditional poetic form Marking territory and position according to the Din cardinal points, Of Cartography demands much from the reader, gives meaning to abstraction, and demonstrates the challenges of identity politics.
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      Esther G. Belin

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