Kiyam

Naomi McIlwraith

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Through poems that move between the two languages, McIlwraith explores the beauty of the intersection between nêhiyawêwin, the Plains Cree language, and English, âkayâsîmowin. Written to honour her father's facility in nêhiyawêwin and her mother's beauty and generosity as an inheritor of Cree, Ojibwe, Scottish, and English, kiyâm articulates a powerful yearning for family, history, peace, and love.

"In a clear and engaging voice, McIlwraith provides an intriguing view of a woman and a
writer navigating the pathways between the European literary tradition and the oral tradition of the First Nations and Métis, negotiating these two vastly different linguistic worlds.”

NAOMI McILWRAITH is an educator, poet, and essayist, with a mixed Cree, Ojibwe, Scottish, and English inheritance. She currently works at Grant MacEwan University and has held instructional positions at the University of Alberta and The King's University College.

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Erscheinungsdatum 01.05.2012
Verlag Athabasca University Press
Seitenzahl 178 (Printausgabe)
Dateigröße 643 KB
Sprache Englisch
EAN 9781926836713

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