• 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...
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  • The New Apartment
    them in this work and understand Hogan’s emotional experience to an extent. The human condition is illustrated as depressive in a culture with no personal control over an unfair situation. The meaning of the title Linda Hogan chose in this story concludes the poem as a whole. She is in a new place, at...
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  • Heritage
    . 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 races, Caucasian and descendant of the Native American tribe Chickasaw. Her poem expresses the thoughts she has...
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  • The Discovery of the Self Naomi Nye’s Works
    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 her work. This paper explores the connection between Naomi Nye's life as a writer who lives in the relative safety of the American...
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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...
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  • Dwellings: a Spiritual History of the Living World
    to fix these problems and make it better. Linda Hogan herself tries to separate herself from the rest because of her culture and heritage, but she also is as guilty as the rest of us. Linda Hogan writes in her essays that she uses modern technology. She uses a telephone, drives an automobile, and...
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  • Literature: the Mirror of Human Spirit
    comparing this transformation to 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...
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  • Research Paper Sample
    Native American literary critic Linda Hogan, Momaday “draws on the American Indian oral tradition in which words function as part of the poetic processes of creation, transformation, and restoration” (169). From his use of poetic language from the Night Chant to heal, the author enables his...
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  • Writing Assignment
    writers, and must type your poem into the file with your paper and upload it together: Lucille Clifton, Anne Sexton, Sylvia Plath, Mary Oliver, Phillip Levine, Etheridge Knight, Linda Hogan, Wallace Stevens, Gary Soto, Adrienne Rich, June Jordan, Sharon Olds, Gwendolyn Brooks. You may NOT write a...
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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...
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  • Norman Mailer
    sinners as a result of judging others superficially and perceiving life simplistically like Mrs. Hopewell and Mrs. Freeman. Section Six: Second Comparison and Contrast – with the novel “Mean spirit” by Linda Hogan Linda Hogan, a poet, novelist, and environmental activist, is also a border-crosser...
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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...
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  • Solar Storm Essay
    environmental justice, historical progress, which, in most cases brings degradation of the land, and experiences of environmental racism are all seen as a violation of the sacred, leading to the loss of the moral and spiritual perspective in life. Linda Hogan's novels have taken on a role of...
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  • Lost Generation
    literatura en lengua inglesa del siglo XX, 3. Ed. P. Abad, J. M. Barrio and J. M. Ruiz. 1996. Wagner-Martin, Linda W. (Linda W. Wagner). "The Poem of Santiago and Manolín." In Ernest Hemingway: Six Decades of Criticism. Ed. Linda W. Wagner. East Lansing: Michigan State UP, 1987. 275-88.* _____. (Linda...
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  • Pocahontas and the Mythical Indian Woman
    : Longman, 1998. 182-92. Gunn Allen, Paula. "The Feminine Landscape of Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony" Critical Perspectives on Native American Fiction. ed. Richard F. Fleck, ed. Washington D.C.: Three Continents Press, 1993. Hogan, Linda. Mean Spirit. New York: Ivy Books, 1990...
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  • An Introduction to American Peotry
    ), James Welch (Blackfeet), Paula Gunn Allen (Laguna), Linda Hogan (Chicasaw), Joy Harjo (Creek), and Ray Young Bear (Mesquakie). The history of American poetry is usually told as the story of a handful of great poets, from Anne Bradstreet through William Cullen Bryant, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson...
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  • Making Moral Decisions in Different Religious Context.
    Religion. Bibliography 1 Catechism of the Catholic Church, Dublin, 1994. 2 Hogan, Linda, Confronting the truth: Conscience in the Catholic tradition, London, 2001. 3 Hoose, Jayne (ed.), Conscience in World Religions, Leominster/Notre Dame, 1999. 4 Hannon, Patrick, Moral decision Making...
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  • Nothing to Comment
    I . Choose the words which has the underlined letter pronounced differently from the other : ( 1 pt ) 1 . head teamate leader teacher 2. roof stood poor food 3. twin interview include festival 4. Christmas chemistry machine character II . Choose the best answer : ( 2pts ) 1. Your poem should...
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  • Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member
    Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member Linda L Sanzo ETH125 November 28, 2010 Emily Lupita Plum-Guclu Journal Entry of a Subordinate Group Member My friend admonished me just to forget it, not to cause trouble, but a few weeks ago I became angry. My name is Maria Elena, and I am...
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  • Literature
    ., Sylvia Plath: New Views on the Poetry, 1979 Annette Lavers, ‘The World as Icon’, in The Art of Sylvia Plath, ed. Charles Newman, 1970 Linda Wagner, ed., Sylvia Plath: The Critical Heritage, 1988 Fionn MacColla Cairns Craig, The modern Scottish novel: narrative and the national...
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