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Native American Literature - Concept Map (December)
Transcript of Native American Literature - Concept Map (December)
Native American Literature Concept Map
"Smoke 'Em If
You Got 'Em"
"At the Fish
"The Lady in the Pink Mustang"
"Why I Hate Raisins"
"We were drunk too & laughed at his crazed toxicity & ours & the joyous, seasonal harmony, the sad f*cking flux of it all" (Lines 26-30).
Adversity is defined as difficulty or misfortune. In Native American poetry, symbolism, humor, animals, and destructive behaviors define adversity as a problem, ways in which to deal with it, and the resilience of overcoming it.
"They shook the green leaves down, those men that rattled in their sleep. Truth became a nightmare to their fox" (Lines 1-4).
"Beyond the river called logic, salmon climb a ladder to the stars" (Lines 1-2).
"... Maybe next year you can be a little Tinker Bell or something now go get that white boy's candy in the road" (Lines 55-58).
"Not for the sh*ts, or how they distended my belly" (Lines 30-31).
"He takes a deep pull, tosses the cigarette & then melts into a bar filled with veterans, some dead, some working on it" (Lines 12-15).
"She can't keep much trash in a Mustang
and that's what she likes" (Lines 11-12).
Earthquakes. Random blizzards" (Lines 1-4).