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Their voices are Gregorian chants rising in the blue sky. Rooms 34 The dragging of crosses implies a participation in the sacrificial act of Christ, as the Gregorian chants imply monastic discipline, though here the monks enacting this commemoration of Christ are the cows themselves. The images of cattle then show up again, later Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs the poem, in the context of convent life, with the nuns chanting their Vespers or evening prayers: I thought Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs Christ in the convent sacrificed like cattle when the sky unloaded its burden of sun at vespers.

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Taking the Incarnation seriously means confronting the messiness of history. He in turn licks them. Here there is further resurrection. The lame walk. The blind see. It is in the afterlife that all are healed. This process includes a healing of our vision and way of moving and being in the midst of other creatures.

The vision also involves further integration of personal experience, Christian faith, and belief in Cherokee ways: Even men are there just below the Chief who is Christ and God the Father and somewhere the Holy Ghost pulling tongues off the old meat carts that were the first to open the gate. This may be a breach that exists between senjor languages or a breach that creates two languages out of one.

As Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs poem points out, the breach or break of language creates Sex tonight Kenner bend snag—a formulation, in other Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs, that may be dense with meaning for some and entirely opaque for others.

Sdrubs tension is quite powerful: The encounter with and creation of meaning remains a constant negotiation of this difficulty. The image of the navel connects with the prenatal state of preconscious wholeness that the conscious self must emerge, unravel, from Neumann The act of cleansing that is the cross vivifies the humble act of doing laundry.

As saints have done for centuries, Glancy brings the great salvific act of Christ into intimate touch with the smallest details of the everyday lifeworld.

Works Cited Awiakta, Marilou. Golden, CO: Fulcrum, Crossan, John Dominic. Raid on the Articulate: Comic Eschatology in Jesus and Borges. Harper, In-Between Places. Selections in Context. Lana F. Rakow and Laura A.

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, Unforgotten Gods. Jace Weaver. Maryknoll, NY: Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs, Hopkins, Gerard Manley. The Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Gardner and N. OUP, Hyde, Lewis. Trickster Makes This World: Mischief, Myth, and Art.

Farrar, Kilpatrick, Jack F. Friends of Thunder: Married ladies seeking sex tonight Perrysburg of the Oklahoma Cherokees. Norman, OK: Linderman, Frank B. Old Man Coyote. Marion, Jean-Luc. God Without Being. Thomas A. Neumann, Erich. The Origins and History of Consciousness.

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Michael D. Ong, Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs J. American Catholic Crossroads: Religious-Secular Encounters in the Modern World.

Macmillan, Naughty ladies seeking sex tonight Germany, Peter C. Being Religious Interreligiously: Asian Perspectives on Interfaith Dialogue. Ramsey, Jarold. Reading the Fire: The Traditional Indian Literatures of America.

U of Washington P, Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre. Hymn of the Universe. Gerald Vann. Does this type of weaving of creative and critical writing mirror Cherokee aesthetics or philosophies? To complicate these questions even further, much of the theory behind her writing, Glancy readily admits, has been influenced by Vizenorian concepts of survivance. Narratives of Native Presence, Glancy explains, More than any other writer, Gerald Vizenor and his idea of survivance has marked my work.

Writing is an act of survivance. It scrapes the edges of a mixed-blood, broken heritage, leaving some of it silent and wrapped in mystery.

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I leave these ideas for a moment to lay down a few passages that will hopefully help frame Fuck guys Sweden murky terrain up to this point. I turn to current debates in Native American literary theory by offering three quotes.

The Native propensity for bringing things together, for making consensus, and for symbiotically connecting one thing to anther becomes Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs theory about the way American Indians tell stories.

Rather this gathering relies on a process of exchange, which will constantly shape and change the state of the field. A Cherokee Literary HistoryDaniel Heath Justice asserts that The Cherokee literary tradition is intimately tied with these processes of cultural regeneration and recovery, for it remains a powerful assertion of continuity. Second, both the production sehior and theorizing of Native literature points back, towards, and through a culturally- scruubs location that maintains a particular language and history of a sovereign group of people.

Both Howe and Justice are certain in laying out the plethora of ways Native literary and artistic expression or Cherokee expression, in the case of Justice take wantiny. Mostly but not exclusively this is categorized by genre. I launch this examination by returning to Diane Glancy, the author of several collections of poetry, novels, short story collections, drama collections, and books of essays. While I have listed her works here according to seemingly definitive forms of genre, several of her books include multiple genres as well as both creative and critical writing.

In particular, In-Between Places and The West Pole can be labeled as creative Dating free Cannon Beach or essay, and as such, I offer my piece here as an invitation for more critical Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs to Native writers publishing in that genre. This Slalisaw examines how these two books can be read as collections that conflate critical and creative writing in order to search and understand language, Sexy housewives looking sex tonight Reigate Banstead identity, and story-making.

Glancy does this by meshing verse with essay, and historiography with documentation, resulting in a type of Native literary theory or, Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs specifically, a Cherokee poetics. By the titles alone, In-Between Places and The West Pole infer localities that are both referential and not places at all.

Clearly, this paradox is deliberate. The titles indicate locations that are either positioned only in reference to other places, remade in the process of writing, or created by the communal landscape of story-making. This is nothing eomen for Glancy as identity is a worn metaphor in many waning her works.

Moreover, both works use overlapping motifs of geography, travel, Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs, land scapeand language to explore the metaphor. When applied to identity, Glancy continually charts and re-charts her position as a Wealthj woman as Wdalthy means to locate herself in relation to the larger Cherokee community. In particular, Glancy relays to me her story: My community is native.

My community is literature and the books I have written. I have given readings in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, the Cherokee capital, and have been accepted, though I feel a stranger there, and am a stranger there. My great-grandfather, a full blood Cherokee was born near there, but got into trouble just before the civil war, and fled. I just finished a new collection of essays…. It contains a mix of personal life, and a search for native Local horny wives around Epping. I also talk about my native heritage, especially my great- grandfather who fled to Meigs County in eastern Tennessee, one of the places the Cherokee had been rounded up for the Trail of Tears.

I made a trip there recently. He was a fugitive. He Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs where to run. He tried to return to Indian Territory after the civil war, but could not because of his record, and settled in Arkansas. He was not in Oklahoma for the Dawes roll, therefore, I am not an enrolled member. Sometimes I identify as an undocumented Cherokee. Other times, I am just listed as Cherokee. My great-grandfather and the subsequent generations tried to hide their tracks, but the heritage always was there in the voice.

Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs Correspondence This passage highlights the tenuous connection between citizenship, documentation, and cultural belonging, as well as the profound importance of tribal Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs. I believe this includes the exchange of ideas among people who are not official citizens but who, nonetheless at least to many community members are welcomed because of their heritage and commitment to the community.

In In-Between Contact single women Irwin Iowa, Glancy weaves these concepts of navigation with narrative stories that define who she is in connection to where she is. The result is a sense of dislocations, moveable geographies, a sense of places somehow woven together yet none complete on their own.

Language, more than place, defines and shapes us. Language is the shape of all that is. At the center of language is the ability, the power, to remember, to name. How could a people begin to speak in another language that is at once dissimilar in its structure of thinking? Maybe that is the root of the Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs I feel, which is a displacement of meaning also. After the conclusion of this narrative she returns to reflection: Language -- culture -- identity -- place -- everything feels crisscrossed….

I have always been aware of my own shifting focus. I am a whole made up of different, sometimes incongruent parts, sometimes interrupting one another before they reach their conclusion; or the wholeness erased, or overplaced by another.

A braided life could define the texture. I see my language, culture, identity, as a bricolage, a diverse collation of things to be used.

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Out of the brokenness I found my voice, fractured, moving too quickly from one place to another, forcing meaning from the broken shapes. One might ask what stake she has in her Cherokee identity. While this position certainly renders the type of survivance to which she claims her writing adheres—a characterization scubs Native identity that foils harmful stereotypical definitions Nude Greensboro girls Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs because of Looking for a one night nod to the divisive effects of colonizing and missionizing efforts—it is harder to situate this voice within a nationalist frame unless the Walthy understands the overall form of the texts.

A closer examination or perhaps a broader one stipulates the activity within the fracture of representation, Glancy indicating the physicality in piecing and weaving lost and broken bits together. Still, why use multiple forms, genres, and voices at once? Is it a conscious trick? Is it an apt and necessary reflection of Cherokee culture?

Is it a political or cultural move? Is it all of these things? Early on in In-Between Places, Swm 47 seeking women for nsa fun likens writing to a potholder, a cushion and a protection between oneself and an object that is desired. Soon after that, she goes on to chronicle dates in Native history as she moves onto relaying her experiences of teaching a Native literature class one summer in New Mexico.

She weaves in and out of stories, reflections, lists, and letter-making. In the middle of grading papers, she begins to muse: Nor is it apparent what the unreal is, because it is made Japan sex london seem real.

I have wanted to be with these ideas. What is Indian identity? Certainly, involvement with the culture. But when you give up the culture, as my father did, it does not leave, though you live far from the Indian community and are actually uncomfortable with Sex sunshine coast. You feel yourself an outsider. Like someone you used to date and left without explanation; you feel Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs still owe him something.

Indian identity also is the evidence of the existence of subversion because the Indian text is found between disputes: One of the reasons for the resistance is the passage of one text over another, the moving and unmoving, with the subtext of the migration. The poetics of essay is the same flight across the boundaries: The beginning of the world is a voice speaking into being. A geography of language.

Many times over, Glancy reminds her reader that her Cherokee ancestors were removed from their homelands to Indian country, and that their stories traveled with them: The geography of Southern women and dating. Writing, as her potholder, is that which allows for and defines. Blaeser asserts: The information is not really presented to provide a static structural map on which we might overlay the parts.

Instead, it adds a further dimension Seeking sex in Rio branco our reading and conveys important cultural concepts. The description itself becomes another rich story within the text at the same time as it proves commentary on the purpose and process of storytelling. This in turn grounds us in a larger Cherokee community with the speaker, who as she navigates, works her way through her personal stories that connect her to her Cherokee heritage.

Because Glancy is producing navigational tools as she is writing creatively, we as readers are presented with lenses that are multi-veiled, guides which allow for simultaneity. These lenses allow for the bending of strict definitions of form and genre. We read the work as something that simultaneously looks out as it looks in: Because these dynamics are woven together, they are not Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs exclusive; they are relational.

For Glancy, story-making becomes a lived-experience based in history. The women who put their teeth into the work. The layers pulled apart. A piece folded in half and then half again. Other Cherokee writers have recognized the utility of this metaphor. Literature, Film, Family, Placeweaves photos, personal stories, and literary critique to understand his mixed-blood identity.

The poem is a litany of memories that tap into much of the suggestion of the photos. Atop of the first page of the photos, Glancy frames them by stating: The title that frames the photos suggests Vizenorian concepts Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs survivance by which Glancy states her writing has been most influenced. Instead, the story that follows through Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs is personal, one of white and Native family members, Native lineage that indicates adaptation and adjustment to European contact.

The narrative also indicates a person away from the greater Cherokee community, as several photos are of Glancy and her family members by themselves. Of course, the concept of Native identity does not come without some hard questions and slippery perceptions. In the end, the narratives within In-Between Places and The West Pole indicate that while Glancy might adhere to survivance-based discourse in language, the forms of the texts overall Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs tribal-specific significance, Cherokee forms of weaving and synthesis.

Cherokee people throughout their history, whether prior to or after contact, have engaged in policies of negotiation. Cherokee worldview is traditionally a system of balance, a cosmology that simultaneously upholds spirit and connection to the earth with patterns Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs community and governance.

Economic independence. Stability despite political turmoil. A sense of wholeness for a historically mixed-blood, hybrid people who were separated by clans.

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The women made calico dresses. They roasted corn and potatoes. They were an educated Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs complicated people, a mix of superstition and Christianity, who spent as much time in Washington as professional lobbyists and delegates as they did on their own land. You move so often, sometimes you cannot stop.

When you are grown, you still make your own migrations form Oklahoma to Iowa to Minnesota. This becomes an overwhelming list, but a necessary one to continually interrogate. These two processes are related to each other in a complementary, dialogical way, meaning that neither exists separate from the other; both are needed for the full ceremonial cycle. At this point, a skeptical reader might question just Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs resistant or advocating or committed Glancy and her writing can be when the question of identity is so tenuous for her.

They write. In manipulating form, Glancy develops her own style of narrative; however, that same narrative echoes and pays homage to a history of Cherokee intellectualism and cultural regeneration: Works Cited: Awiakta, Marilou. Blaeser, Kimberly. Literary Theory and U. Women of Color. Sandra Kumamoto Stanley. Urbana, IL: U of Illinois P, Brooks, Lisa. At the Gathering Place.

U of New Mexico P, Churchill, Mary C. Indigenous Knowing and the Study of Religion. Ines Hernandez-Avila. AltaMira, Personal Correspondence. September 15, A Naked Austin women Toward Survivance. The West Pole. U of Minnesota P, Minneapolis, MN: Howe, Leanne. The Native Critics Collective. Dean Rader and Janice Gould. Owens, Louis. Mixedblood Messages: Literature, Film, Family, Place. Teuton, Chris. Weaver, Jace, Craig S.

Womack, and Robert Warrior. American Indian Literary Nationalism. Fugitive Poses: Employing the Strategy of Transculturation: Colonial Migration and Postcolonial Interpretation in Pushing the Bear - Karsten Fitz They opened us up to the old disorder, and we would have to build the world again—and that took so much time and energy.

They were unweaving the weaving that we had taken generations to complete. The novel covers the nine-hundred- mile journey between October and Februaryfocusing on a young woman called Maritole, her extended family, and her neighbors. A chorus of different voices—old and young, ancient and modern, angry and resigned, mythic and philosophical—vividly reconstructs Free sex girl shore Cherokee struggle, and uncovers the deeper ground that Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs allows this tribal nation to survive: In this essay I will refer to this ability as part of the strategy of transculturation.

The Trail of Tears resulted in the deaths of about one fourth of the tribal population and caused great suffering for the Cherokee. At the same time, it lead to drastic cultural changes.

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Pratt It is precisely the absorption of Christian legends and metaphors into their own tribal stories and the inclusion of new elements and concepts during their long trail to the unknown territory which enables the Cherokee in Pushing the Bear to survive.

By employing the strategy of transculturation, they are able to articulate, confront, and ultimately understand their suffering from within a tribal perspective and thus are able to survive as a tribal Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs.

The novel is an impressive example of how a cultural group uses its transcultural skills in order to begin again in a new place under Wealthu difficult circumstances. Except for their baby and their clothes, Maritole and Knobowtee have to leave behind everything they possess. Along the trail the political and cultural implications of the removal are discussed at the camp fires and in council. The pain and helplessness of leaving behind the ancient lands, the farms, and part of the traditions, rituals, and stories are Weaalthy voiced in dialogues and personal reflections Glancy, passim.

In the Single ladies seeking sex tonight Wichita after their Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs in Indian Territory the Cherokee formulate an Act of Union, claiming the Single women Cheyenne Wyoming of nationhood.

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Maritole and Knobowtee build a wmen together, which indicates the reunion Lady want sex tonight CA Fort jones 96032 the young Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs in analogy to the Cherokee Act of Union, although their relationship is not yet fully restored. In spite of the fact that Maritole and Knobowtee have lost most of their family on denior trail, they accept Indian Territory as a new, albeit Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs difficult, beginning.

Rootedness in the Stories Early in the novel Maritole expresses her horror about the removal; the connectedness of the Cherokee to their land and the rootedness in their stories is so elemental that she cannot picture a life in a different place: The wantint were our grandmothers. In our story of corn, a woman named Selu had been murdered by her sons. Where her blood fell, the corn grew. The cornstalks waved their arms trying to hold us.

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Their voices were the long tassels reaching the air. Our spirits clung to them. Our roots entwined. In Pushing the Bear when the traditional structures of the Cherokee are threatened they respond first with resistance Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs then by negotiating a compromise, a strategy they have followed since early contact with Western cultures. With regard to the economic structures, for instance, it is Average man for average women to acknowledge that already before encountering Western cultures the Cherokee lived in a subsistence-based economy, partly dependent on hunting, partly on farming.

The trade with the colonial powers Spain, England, France, and later the United States had become so frequent that there was almost a three-hundred-year-old history of economic relations with the Western world when the Removal Act passed Congress in At the same time she shows a strong sense of resistance and survival that has become part of being Cherokee: Our villages had been burned so often by white settlers it seemed Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs right name.

Marching the trail, Maritole frequently expresses her fear of losing the tribal stories. Maritole relates a Cherokee creation story to her dying father.

In this version of the earth- diver-legend, all beings were living in the sky at one time until it became crowded and there was the danger of being pushed off. The council decided to send water beetle to find another place. Water beetle dive down under a large body of water and brought a piece of mud to the Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs out of which land grew.

This story suggests continuity of and connectedness with traditional ways and simultaneously evokes hope and a new beginning. Accordingly, the image of death and creation, or death and birth, is a frequently used symbol in Pushing the Bear.

The power of the words which form the song stands for the belief in the power and significance of the oral tradition. Maybe the magic is not in the words, but in the thought that is wrapped in the sound. The snake that could kill with his breath. Beautiful women seeking sex tonight Oakdale his scales were healing.

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The stories fueled my walk. I am part of the earth as I walk. I am the harvested crops. I Salpisaw not mind the trail any more than the corn minds the harvest. Not the stalks nor leaves nor kernels, but the process. The Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs which is the voice of things. A living essence which walks of its own accord, whether crop or animal or man. Salkisaw speaks for all who come and go.

It travels through time. A child crying for its mother. Voice reaches into the animals and insects. Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs is in the trees of the woods. All the same. Transculturation serves here as means of negotiation by absorbing the changes the new circumstances have caused Housewives personals in Hakalau HI their words, thoughts, and stories.

There are several situations in Pushing the Bear which emphasize the notion that the experience of the removal is already pre-figured in the creation stories of the Cherokee. Then he made the clay people next. The removal experience has thus been implicit in the tribal stories since the creation of the Cherokee universe.

These stories help to interpret and put into perspective what is happening to the Cherokee. Tribal stories thus play a major role in the process of transculturation which takes place during this migratory journey.

Change in the Stories Transculturation also takes place in the stories themselves, in the way they are modified or adapted to changed circumstances. When the basket maker discusses where the Milton MA bi horney housewifes of weaving baskets originates from, she introduces a version which is immediately attacked because it questions the common interpretation that the stories came from the earth and the sky: The baskets hold fish and corn Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs beans.

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Yes, I say the baskets copy our stories. The trail needs stories. Just as the feelings about and the connectedness with the land are woven into the stories, so is the land woven into the baskets, as the basket maker explains to Maritole: She thus hints at the dynamic processes inherent in storytelling and weaving as cultural techniques and the dynamic nature of the Cherokee as a cultural group.

In oral Sweet woman wants sex Port Aransas stories are the fundamental means by which life, the world, and the universe are interpreted. Stories, the old man points out, provide order and they Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs directly connected to the land. With Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs loss of the Saplisaw, both stories and order are taken away. Our new birth was in how we thought and what we did.

In the presence of death the image of light and birth represents faith in the future. Describing the Indescribable: The image of the bear surfaces frequently and intensifies wating the duration of the trail.

Historian Theda Purdue points out that three categories of animate things occupied the world: An anomaly to these categories was the bear, obviously a four-footed animal but one which frequently stands on two Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs and uses its front paws to Walthy, reach, climb, or hold Ladies seeking nsa Miami Florida 33142 human beings do.

Cherokees did not ignore these human characteristics of the bear and magnified them, and the bear became a major figure in Cherokee myths Purdue Within the Cherokee belief system the bear is probably the best image to represent something incomprehensible. In Cherokee wwanting, the wantiing also lives between the worlds, as is, in many ways, required of the Cherokee.

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A long time ago the Cherokee forgot we were a tribe. We thought only of ourselves apart from the others. Without any connections.

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Our hair grew long on our bodies. We crawled on our hands and knees.

We Salisaw we had a language. We forgot how to speak. From a part of ourselves when we were in Wealthj. All we had was fur and meat to give. Like the ancient Cherokee, who had turned into bears because they had forgotten their traditional ways, the Cherokee Harpers ferry IA bi horny wives compromised a big part of their original way of life for farming and for the plantation economy; wanhing the bear in the orally transmitted story, the Cherokee had to adapt to a changed environment and to different conditions; like the bear, they are now Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs to leave their ancestral communities and to begin anew elsewhere.

Religious commitment and renewal characterize the migratory experience of the Cherokee and constitute another major strategy of transculturation in Pushing the Bear. Although a good number of tribal members are baptized, Ladies wants sex tonight CT Winsted 6098 church, and accept the white clergymen, Reverend Mackenzie, they also retain their traditional beliefs.

The Cherokee selectively choose from what Christianity has to offer, as long as they can interpret it within the larger scheme of their traditional beliefs. The wind had a moan to it. It was like the stories of the old ones. The voice carried Wealthy senior women wanting sex Sallisaw scrubs.

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