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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Build a Story World

History Cont'd  Part Three

The following is a detailed essay that shares a very organic way of passing on family history.

Describing a place with history: Language and Literature From a Pueblo Indian Perspective

1. What style does Leslie Marmon Silko use? (reflective or emphatic, didactic or philosophical) How does that affect the process she is explaining?

2. How many of you have experienced moving from one place to     another or re-visited a former family home?

3. What are the ideas or images that you find familiar and can relate to in this essay?

  When I try to access this essay by the url, I get computerese instead, so I suggest that you just go to google and type the title above. The essay is a little long but well worth your time.

Share: What new idea or application struck you after reading Leslie Marmon Silko?

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