Spirit Walker by Nancy Wood
Poems by Nancy Wood

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The courage, determination, and powerful spiritual faith of native Americans are celebrated in this remarkable collection. Nancy Wood's eloquent poems reveal the unique wisdom and vision of a people who have been her friends and teachers for more than thirty years.frank Howell's magnificent paintings evoke the beauty and vitality of their ancient culture. Poetry and paintings together creata a haunting portrait of a proud and enduring people whose great love and respect for the earth are valuable examples for us all.

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Senior Lecturer in Media Studies at the University of Sussex.
Published September 1, 1993 by Doubleday Books for Young Readers. 80 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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 A companion to Many Winters (1974), this collection of 40-odd poems (several previously published) and a few prose pieces is also based on the legends, values, and beliefs of the Taos Pueblo Indians and restates many of the same themes: the interconnectedness of the earth and all beings, cycles...

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A companion piece to Many Winters, this uneven collection contains Wood's impressions of the ``deep spirituality'' of Taos Pueblo Indians whom she has known for more than 30 years. ``We are all Spirit

Aug 30 1993 | Read Full Review of Spirit Walker: Poems by Nancy...

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