(Roughly For the North) [PDF READ] ¸ Carrie Ojanen


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Ut tribe Ojanen grounds her work "IN A WEB OF FAMILIAL RELATIONSHIPS "a web of familial relationships important is her connection "with her grandparents members of the last generation to make their " her grandparents members of the last generation to make their on Ugiuvak King Island Alaska With heartfelt verse her poems reflect the staggering *Cultural Changes Her Grandparents *changes her grandparents and the way traditional art forms continue to unite her community and help them connect to the pas. ,


N succeeding generations of resilience in the face of adversity of respect for the Alaska Native traditions she grew up in With vivid imagery she draws the reader into Northern life where the spiritual and industrial collide She uses formalism "and lyrical free verse to explore the natural world and to conjure a place of staggering beauty that hides death "lyrical free verse to explore the natural world and to conjure a place of staggering beauty that hides death every corner A member of the Ugiuvami. “I wish I were a dancer to let "lines fall like that But I am dressed like ou roughly for North”  Roughly for the North "fall like that But am dressed like ou roughly for the North”  Roughly for the North a tender and complex portrait of an Arctic subarctic world Full of lush language and imagery poem is an act of devotion and love to one’s family and land Carrie Ayaġaduk Ojanen weaves a moving portrait of grief of the rippling effects of historical trauma

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