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Author: Joy Harjo
Publisher: New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, ©1983.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Joy Harjo's haunting poetry explores the pain, depth, and hope that women share. In this powerful collection of poems, Creek Indian Joy Harjo explores womanhood's most intimate moments. Her prose speaks of women's despair, of their imprisonment and ruin at the hands of men and society, but also of their awakenings, power, and love." --
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Genre/Form: Poetry genre
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joy Harjo
ISBN: 0938410075 9780938410072 0938410067 9780938410065
OCLC Number: 8805581
Notes: Poems.
Description: 74 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Survivors: Call it fear --
Anchorage --
What music --
Rain --
For Alva Benson, and for all those who have learned to speak --
Backwards --
Night out --
The woman hanging from the thirteenth floor window --
One cedar tree --
The black room --
White bear --
Leaving --
Cuchillo --
Skeleton of winter --
Connection --
Kansas City --
Friday before the long weekend --
Song for Thantog --
Heartbeat --
Nandia --
Remember --
Vision --
New Orleans --
Nautilaus --
She remembers the future --
2. What I should have said: Untitled --
What I should have said --
Moonlight --
Jemez --
Late summer leaving --
Motion --
Alive --
Your phone call at 8 A.M. --
The poem I just wrote --
The returning --
September moon --
3. She had some horses: I. She had some horses --
II. Two horses --
III. Drowning horses --
IV. Ice horses --
V. Explosion --
4. I give you back.
Responsibility: Joy Harjo.

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"Joy Harjo's haunting poetry explores the pain, depth, and hope that women share. In this powerful collection of poems, Creek Indian Joy Harjo explores womanhood's most intimate moments. Her prose speaks of women's despair, of their imprisonment and ruin at the hands of men and society, but also of their awakenings, power, and love." --

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