The Stains of Burden and Dumb Luck (Carolyn Dunn)
Keywords: Native American Poetry, Indigenous Poetry
AbstractCarolyn Dunn's collection of poetry contains sseveral themes, including space, place, and time, through which the reader is able to take a journey to the Ancestors and map their own memories and emotions, while Dunn does the same for herself. Readers take a journey with her and alongside her, as her poetry navigates ideas essential to her Indigenous worldview.
How to Cite
Pyron Alvarez, K. (2018). The Stains of Burden and Dumb Luck (Carolyn Dunn). Transmotion, 4(2), 241-243. Retrieved from https://journals.kent.ac.uk/index.php/transmotion/article/view/608
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