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ISBN:
1844713261
Author:
Gordon Jr. Henry
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Salt Publishing (January 11, 2008)
Pages:
144 pages
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1175 kb
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Significantly, Gordon Henry's work has compelled me to think more deeply about how I make sense of texts, how my responses can (negatively) influence American Indian writers, and how my promotion of some writers/works over others can shape other readers' experiences of American Indian literature. Regardless of how one personally responds, this book certainly deserves to be read.

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Gordon Henry, Jr. (born 1955) is a Native American poet, fiction writer, and academic. The Failure of Certain Charms, and other disparate signs of life. Cambridge, UK: Salt, 2007. Henry was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is an enrolled member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe of Minnesota. Ojibwa (with George Cornell).

Gordon Henry Jr. (born 1955) is a poet and fiction writer. He co-authored the textbook Ojibwa and has released a book of poetry, The Failure of Certain Charms, (Earthworks). Gordon has also published short stories and poems in various journals and anthologies. Maceda, Maria Theresa Gilbert. Nuevas Tendencias De La Literatura Indian de Norte Americana: Entrevista A Gordon Henry, Escritor Anishinabe. A Distancia: Revista de la Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia.

Gordon Henry, J. "How Soon" from The Failure of Certain Charms: And Other Disparate Signs of Life. Gordon Henry Jr. is an Anishinabe and an enrolled member of the White Earth Chippewa Tribe of Minnesota. His father was in the . Navy, and Henry grew up on military bases. More About this Poem. Navy, and Henry grew up on military bases

book by Gordon Henry J. .The influences include traditional songs, ceremonial undercurrents, dream vehicles, disparate landscapes, chemical vapors, relative longings and belief in the possibility of healing again and again even after death.

"The Torch of Life" .

"The Torch of Life" - " Vitai Lampada" by Sir Henry Newbolt Poem animation. The Rainy Day by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Poetry Reading. He received his PhD in Literature from the University of North Dakota and is currently a professor of English at Michigan State University  .

by Gordon Jr. Henry · data of the paperback book Failure of Certain Charms:. details (United Kingdom). details (Spain - España). ISBN: 978-1-84471-326-4. ISBN-10: 1-84471-326-1.

Gordon Henry (born 1955) is an enrolled member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe of Minnesota, and was born in.Henry's first novel, The Light People (1994), explores Chippewa life and culture and the style takes some of its elements from the Chippewa style of oral story telling.

Gordon Henry (born 1955) is an enrolled member of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe of Minnesota, and was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He co-authored the textbook "Ojibwa" (North American Indians Today),Mason Crest Publishers (December 2003), and has recently released a book of poetry, "The Failure of Certain Charms", (Earthworks). Gordon has also published a wide array of short stories and poems in various journals and anthologies.

This is a poetically charged work of autobiographical retrospection, speculative memory and an artistic alternative to common constructions of identity. The influences include traditional songs, ceremonial undercurrents, dream vehicles, disparate landscapes, chemical vapors, relative longings and belief in the possibility of healing again and again even after death.