Buffalo Dance The Journey of York

ISBN-10: 0813190886
ISBN-13: 9780813190884
Edition: 2004
Authors: Frank X. Walker
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Description: In Buffalo Dance, Frank X Walker innovatively blurs the lines between poetry, fiction, and history to tell the story of the infamous Lewis and Clark expedition from the point of view of Clark's slave, York. Breathing lyrical life into a historical  More...

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Book details

List price: $15.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Publication date: 2/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 88
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.286
Language: English

In Buffalo Dance, Frank X Walker innovatively blurs the lines between poetry, fiction, and history to tell the story of the infamous Lewis and Clark expedition from the point of view of Clark's slave, York. Breathing lyrical life into a historical figure, these poems vividly present York's struggles and narrate a physical journey from the plantation to the great Northwest and a spiritual journey from a humble servant to a man yearning for fulfillment and freedom. The result is a celebration of the beauty and wisdom long suppressed but finally emerging from one man's soul. Book jacket.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Wind Talker
Work Ethic
God's House
Primer
At Ease
Sundays and Christmas
Calendar
Her Current
Medicine Men
Spirit Mound
Wasicum Sapa
Winter Leaf
Buffalo Dance
No Offense
Leading Men
Domestique
Work Song
Perfume
Black Magic
Sandstone Thighs
Mouths and Waters
The Portage
Sun Son
Double Yolks
Ornithologists
Swap Meet
Promises
Nomenclature
Respect House
Prosperity
Vision Quest
Vision Quest II
Ananse
Mythology
Earth Tones
Sweat Lodge
Doubt
Cold Hearted
Sad Eye
Aurora Borealis
Electorate
Winter with Jonah
Majesty
Pomp's Tower
The Little Sneeze
York Haichu
Pastry Chefs
Unravel
Revisionist History
Monticello
Souvenir
Just Rewards
A Love Supreme
Holy Water
Ursa Major
Cumulonimbus
Birth Day
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