Manitowapow: Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water (The Debwe Series)

This anthology of Aboriginal writings from Manitoba takes readers back through the millennia and forward to the present day, painting a dynamic picture of a territory interconnected through words, ideas, and experiences A rich collection of stories, poetry, nonfiction, and speeches, it features Historical writings, from important figures Vibrant literary writing by eminThis anthology of Aboriginal writings from Manitoba takes readers back through the millennia and forward to the present day, painting a dynamic picture of a territory interconnected through words, ideas, and experiences A rich collection of stories, poetry, nonfiction, and speeches, it features Historical writings, from important figures Vibrant literary writing by eminent Aboriginal writers Nonfiction and political writing from contemporary Aboriginal leaders Local storytellers and keepers of knowledge from far reaching Manitoba communities New, vibrant voices that express the modern Aboriginal experiences Anishinaabe, Cree, Dene, Inuit, M tis, and Sioux writers from Manitoba.Created in the spirit of the Anishinaabe concept debwe to speak the truth , The Debwe Series is a collection of exceptional Aboriginal writing from across Canada Manitowapow, a one of a kind anthology, is the first book in The Debwe Series Manitowapow is the traditional name that became Manitoba, a word that describes the sounds of beauty and power that created the province.
Manitowapow Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water The Debwe Series This anthology of Aboriginal writings from Manitoba takes readers back through the millennia and forward to the present day painting a dynamic picture of a territory interconnected through words ide

  • Title: Manitowapow: Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water (The Debwe Series)
  • Author: Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair Warren Cariou Beatrice Mosionier
  • ISBN: 9781553793076
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Manitowapow: Aboriginal Writings from the Land of Water (The Debwe Series)”

    1. A fabulous anthology! Speeches by Chief Peguis, Louis Riel's letter to the government (which I'm very sorry to say I'd never read before), journals, all the way up to modern day poems, hip hop songs, and short stories - so much of this collection blew me away. Some of them were hilarious, some were poignant and saddening. A worthwhile read. As the entries are fairly short, you can read a bit here and there; I feel like I've really accomplished something after having finished it over the course o [...]

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