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In a Dark Mist

By: Henson, Lance

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Merrick, NY/USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 1992

Edition: Reissue

Seller ID: CCC156.1


The first bilingual publicaton of Cheyenne poetry approved by the elders of the tribe by a poet whose life, in the words of Joseph Bruchac, reflects his commitment to his people. View more info

In a Dark Mist

By: Henson, Lance

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, NY/USA, Cross-Cultuiral Communications: 1992

Edition: Reissue

Seller ID: CCC156.2


The first bilingual publicaton of Cheyenne poetry approved by the elders of the tribe by a poet whose life, in the words of Joseph Bruchac, reflects his commitment to his people. View more info

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The Indian Prophet

By: Smelcer, John

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2012

Edition: First

Inscription: "We say thanks to John Smelcer for bringing us tog

Seller ID: CCC964


Bilingual poems from the Ahtna Athabaskan, written & translated by John E. Smelcer. “In a world where such poets are more rare than people might imagine, John Smelcer is one of the truly great poets I have come across in my life. His poetry is genius.” —Ruth Stone Winner of the National Book Award & the National Book Critics Circle Award View more info

Under the White Wing

By: Squier, Charles

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2011

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC964.1


Charles Squier's masterfully lean and fast-moving verse narrative vividly evokes the characters and motives convergent in one of the nation's most unforgivable chapters, the Sand Creek massacre. Rarely, if ever, has any episode in that slow holocaust called "the winning of the West" been revealed with such movingly understated irony. The vers line of UNDER THE WHITE WING is clean, muscular, and mercifully free of the falsely "poetkal." Its illumination of the barbaris... View more info

Under the White Wing

By: Squier, Charles

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Merrick, New York, USA, Cross-Cultural Communications: 2011

Edition: First

Seller ID: CCC964.2


Charles Squier's masterfully lean and fast-moving verse narrative vividly evokes the characters and motives convergent in one of the nation's most unforgivable chapters, the Sand Creek massacre. Rarely, if ever, has any episode in that slow holocaust called "the winning of the West" been revealed with such movingly understated irony. The vers line of UNDER THE WHITE WING is clean, muscular, and mercifully free of the falsely "poetkal." Its illumination of the barbaris... View more info