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A Reading of Until the Sun Rises

I chose to read a few poems by Erika T. Wurth this week. Just from the couple I read, I noticed motifs throughout her work that took on new meetings depending on the context of the specific poem. The piece … Continue reading

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A Response to “From a Tin Box” – M.L. Smoker When I was in elementary school, my favorite uncle made me a dream catcher. What is a dream catcher? Something to free you from your nightmares,.         … Continue reading

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Class Notes 11/17

The Fourth Wave by Erika T. Wurth “Identity, nature vs. modernity, authenticity, reservation vs. non-reservation culture, sovereignty/land issues, racism/internalized racism, cultural/tradition recovery, history, and language are core issues.” (2) Audience Who gets to codify the culture; white poets “translating” and … Continue reading

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