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E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake: Collected Poems and Selected Prose epub ebook

by Carole Gerson,Veronica Strong-Boag,E. Pauline Johnson

E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake: Collected Poems and Selected Prose epub ebook

Author: Carole Gerson,Veronica Strong-Boag,E. Pauline Johnson
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 1st edition (June 29, 2002)
Pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 0802036708
ISBN13: 978-0802036704
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 498
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I did enjoy this book and found E. Pauline Johnson to be an amazing lady of her times also she was beautiful. Pauline Johnson was one of Canada's greatest poets, whose works spanned from the 1880s to the 1910s. Just being a successful female poet at a time when women had few public roles would have been an achievement in itself. But, just as importantly, she was half Native American, on her father's side.

Veronica Strong-Boag. The American book heroine of today is vari-coloured as to personality and action. Published by: University of Toronto Press. Book Description: The first complete collection of all of E. Pauline Johnson's known poems, many painstakingly culled from newspapers, magazines, and archives, along with a selection of her prose, including fiction, journalism, and discussions of gender and race. eISBN: 978-1-4426-7415-8.

Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake book .

Veronica Strong-Boag and Carole Gerson provided a provisional chronological . Tekahionwake: Collected Poems and Selected Prose. Legends of Vancouver by E. Pauline Johnson at Project Gutenberg (Project Gutenberg) ISBN 1-55082-024-9 The Moccasin Maker.

Veronica Strong-Boag and Carole Gerson provided a provisional chronological list of Johnson’s writings in their book Paddling Her Own Canoe: The Times and Texts of E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake) (2000). Johnson died of breast cancer in Vancouver, British Columbia on 7 March 1913. Her funeral (the largest until then in Vancouver history) was held on what would have been her 52nd birthday. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. Toronto: William Briggs, 1913.

Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake

Published: 1 January 2004.

Johnson longed to see the publication of a complete collection of her verse, but that wish remained unfulfilled during her life.

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In 2002, E. Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake: Collected Poems and Selected . Pauline Johnson, Tekahionwake: Collected Poems and Selected Prose, a complete collection of her known poetry was published. Johnson was notable for her poems, short stories, and performances that celebrated her mixed-race heritage drawing from both Indigenous and English influences. E. Pauline Johnson was born at her family home Chiefswood at the Six Nations reserve outside Brantford, Ontario. Veronica Strong-Boag and Carole Gerson provided a provisional chronological list of Johnson's writings in their book Paddling Her Own Canoe: The Times and Texts of E.

Veronica Strong-Boag and Carole Gerson provided a provisional chronological list of Johnson's writings in their book Paddling Her Own . Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake: Collected Poems and Selected Prose. Ed. Carole Gerson and Veronica Strong-Boag.

Veronica Strong-Boag and Carole Gerson provided a provisional chronological list of Johnson's writings in their book Paddling Her Own Canoe: The Times and Texts of E.

Veronica Strong-Boag and Carole Gerson provided a provisional chronological list of Johnson's writings in their book Paddling . Johnson died of breast cancer in Vancouver on 7 March 7, 1913.

E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake) was a Native advocate of part-Mohawk ancestry, an independent woman during the period of first-wave feminism, a Canadian nationalist who also advocated strengthening the link to imperial England, a popular and versatile prose writer, and one of modern Canada's best-selling poets. Johnson longed to see the publication of a complete collection of her verse, but that wish remained unfulfilled during her life. Nine decades after her death, the first complete collection of all of Pauline Johnson's known poems, many painstakingly culled from newspapers, magazines, and archives, is now available.

In response to the current recognition of Johnson's historical position as an immensely popular and influential figure of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this volume also presents a representative selection of her prose, including fiction about native-settler relations, journalism about women and recreation, and discussions of gender roles and racial stereotypes.

Edited by Carole Gerson and Veronica Strong-Boag, authors of the enthusiastically received Paddling Her Own Canoe: Times and Texts of E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake), this collection exhibits the same impeccable scholarship and is essential to a full understanding of Johnson as a major Canadian writer and cultural figure.

Reviews (3)
Beardana
I chose this book because I am interested in Native American History from their perspective. I found her stories to be well written, interesting and was sometimes funny. Her poetry seemed to be much on the very sad side but created clear pictures in my head. I did enjoy this book and found E. Pauline Johnson to be an amazing lady of her times also she was beautiful. I hope if you chose tis book you will enjoy it as much as me.

Bremar
I listened to her poetry growing up. Now a new generation can listen and learn and enjoy. Glad it is available.

Abandoned Electrical
Pauline Johnson was one of Canada's greatest poets, whose works spanned from the 1880s to the 1910s. Just being a successful female poet at a time when women had few public roles would have been an achievement in itself. But, just as importantly, she was half Native American, on her father's side. (Her mother was English.)
The book contains most of her poems. Many of these deal with her Native heritage. Written in perfect English. Historically important, because they form an articulate expression of a direct experience of being dispossessed of land and society. She was of a generation of Natives to which these events happened. The anguish tumbles out of the verses. The British-Canadian conquest of the land may not have been as bloody as the US experience, but it was scarcely done with the consent of the weaker.
Also included in the book are several of her short stories. Again, these often have a Native theme and bring out a Native viewpoint. Not some idealised imaginings of a European writer.
Wonderful that her works are made so easily available here, to new generations.

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