• Heritage
    Based off the poemHeritage” by Linda Hogan “I Learned Everything” Hogan’s “Heritage” is a poem about accepting life, learning from experiences, and growing as an individual. It’s about maintaining focus on the important things in life; not getting caught up in the small, frivolous things. The...
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  • The New Apartment
    The New Apartment: Minneapolis By: Linda Hogan Pg. 343 Linda Hogan captures the essence of a bigger picture while focusing on her emotional ties to current events taking place in the world surrounding her. She also emphasizes on her distinct feelings and their connection to her home, a place that...
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  • Heritage
    or inhabited. “Heritage” is a poem about accepting who you are, learning from experiences, and growing as an individual. Most of all, it is about focusing on the important things in life rather than getting caught up in small, insignificant things. Linda Hogan, author of “Heritage” is a woman of mixed...
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  • Decome Et Decorum
    “Heartland” written by Linda Hogan has underlying messages a reader must carefully pay attention to in order to fully understand the poem. Hogan describes “City Poems” as her analysis of city life and how she appreciates it which can seem complex when reading her poem. She begins the poem describing how rare...
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  • Dwellings: a Spiritual History of the Living World
    Linda Hogan’s Dwellings; Essay In Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World. Linda Hogan hints in her essays and stories that our modern world has lost its connection with nature and that we have lost respect for the earth, or have gone against nature in general. Linda Hogan’s writings...
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  • Research Paper Sample
    observes that, as a Native American writer, he maintains a close connection with the land to preserve his Native American identity and maintain his heritage through oral tradition and ceremonies. As he explains in a conversation with writer and critic Lawrence J. Evers, “One of the things that distinguishes...
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  • Literature: the Mirror of Human Spirit
    the ruin of the black man; once something to be admired but now torn apart by society. In the Native American poem "Deer Dance", Linda Hogan describes a people ashamed of their lives. Hogan refers to past mythologies where humans were transformed into animals: the travelers Circe turned into pigs...
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  • The Discovery of the Self Naomi Nye’s Works
    ethnic minority uniting two allegedly hegemonic cultures, Eastern and Western. Nye gives voice to her experience as an Arab-American through poems about heritage and peace that overflow with a humanitarian spirit. Her experience of both cultural difference and different cultures has influenced much of...
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  • Writing Assignment
    1000-1500 words Your first assignment is to take a small poem and write an argument defending a reading of it. That means that you must first choose a poem. You may choose any poem by the following writers, and must type your poem into the file with your paper and upload it together: Lucille Clifton...
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  • Linda Hogan
    TASK 1 Answer the questions 1. What adjectives does Linda Hogan use to describe her personality as a child in Oklahoma? 2. Does L.H. believe that she is a traditionally-minded Native woman? 3. In para 8, does L.H. state she thinks the view of the constellations...
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  • MOON
     Applying Theories to Children’s Literature Ashley Hogan ENG/290 Linda Florence Introduction The story Goodnight Moon that was written in 1947, by Margaret Wise Brown, is a story that was meant for bed time for children. It targets children ranging...
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  • Norman Mailer
    his dissatisfaction with his family, with his friends, and ultimately with owns. The passage that I have chosen to comment on is from the end of the poem. It describes the thoughts of Sam after the busy day, a way of life that he leads, but that isn’t satisfying him. He remembered how long he knew Eleanor...
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  • Solar Storm Essay
    spiritual perspective in life. Linda Hogan's novels have taken on a role of displaying “eco-criticism”, and being the literature of environmental justice. The incidents that are displayed in her books are all based on actual events of Native Americans. In her book, Solar Storms, Hogan links the fates of a brutally...
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  • Pocahontas and the Mythical Indian Woman
    Americans are obsessed with the notion of a Native woman saving a white man. According to Louise Barnett, author of The Ignoble Savage, in stories, poems, and songs from the past, Indians often identify themselves as being intellectually inferior to whites and are noble because of their desire to die...
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  • Lost Generation
    in Ketchum, Idaho) Works Hemingway, Ernest. "Bullfighting, A Tragedy." Toronto Star Weekly 20 October 1923: 33. _____. Three Stories and Ten Poems. 1923. _____. in our time. 1924. _____. "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place." Story. In The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories. _____. "A Clean, Well-Lighted...
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  • An Introduction to American Peotry
    traditions of Native American cultures. Each of these cultures developed complex symbolic tales of the origins and history of its people, akin to epic poems in the European tradition. These tales were performed as part of rituals and passed on through memorization from one generation to the next. Some of...
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  • Making Moral Decisions in Different Religious Context.
    of Hinduism consists of the four Vedas and some additions from the later beliefs of the Upanishads. The four Vedas: 1 Rig Veda: oldest hymns and poems 2 Sama Veda: completion of hymns of Rig Veda 3 Yajur Veda: sacrificial formulas 4 Atharva Veda: Magical spells and Incantations The Vedic Gods...
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  • Nothing to Comment
    Christmas chemistry machine character II . Choose the best answer : ( 2pts ) 1. Your poem should _______________ in English . ( write / written / be written / writing ) 2. Ha Long Bay is recognized by UNESCO a World Heritage _______ ( place / site / bay / picture ) 3. The girl _______________ on the stage...
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  • Comparison of the Idea of Fairyland in Peter Pan and in William Allingham’s Poem the Fairies
    separate to English industrialism and materialism that the reader can be inspired by and identify with. This representation then politicises the poem and embodies the fears, anxieties and doubts written into the text held by Allingham as well as his fellow countrymen. More than simply a sense of pride...
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  • Flanders Fields
    McCrae’s “In Flanders Fields” as a Canadian Cultural Artifact The poem, “In Flanders Fields” written by Canadian John McCrae remains one of the most important and memorable pieces of war poems ever written. John McCrae came from a respectable family and became a soldier/ doctor/...
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