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The Heart as a Drum Continuance and Resistance in American Indian PoetryE erception engenders oetry that emphasizes resistance and continuance and oetry that makes creative and uniue use resistance and continuance and oetry that makes creative and uniue use language The book elucidates these aspects of the work through cultural and historical readings of oetry written by both urban and reservation identified Indians from varied geographic and tribal originsThe book's focus is on the major themes in contemporary Na. Tive American literature community and audience the meanings of lace and history spiritual experiences the nature of language and the roles and varieties of storytelling The oets whose works are discussed include Sherman Alexie Joy Harjo Maurice Kenny Simon J #ORTIZ WENDY ROSE ELIZABETH WOODY AND #Wendy Rose Elizabeth Woody and Young Kenny Simon J Ortiz Wendy Rose Elizabeth Woody and Ray Young first critical book dedicated to contemporary Native American oet. The Heart as a Drum celebrates oetry by a range of contemporary Native American writers illuminating the oets' shared commitments and distinctive approaches to olitical resistance and cultural survival The of contemporary Native American writers illuminating the oets' shared commitments and distinctive approaches to olitical resistance and cultural survival The reflects an Awareness Of The Divisions of the divisions conflicts inherited from colonization and a commitment to traditional beliefs about the relatedness of all beings This doubl. .