Mega Sale! Save 25% on the Savings by Brand: Coffee House Press at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. ''Rather than painting a picture of Indian life, Linda Hogan resurrects its symbols and uses them in new ways. The power of the scorpion or the elk in
"Rather than painting a picture of Indian life, Linda Hogan resurrects its symbols and uses them in new ways. The power of the scorpion or the elk in Hogan's work comes...form her orchestrating of these images. This book is startling."--Hungry Mind Review
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