Dakota

Dakota

A Spiritual Geography

Book - 1993
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Houghton
An evocation of the Great Plains and its influence on the human spirit, Dakota describes the harsh, desolate, yet sublime landscape that embodies the contradictions of American life as lived in the small towns where history and myth have become indistinguishable.

Baker & Taylor
A celebrated poet transports readers to the heart of the Great Plains, examining her heritage, religion, language, and the land itself, revealing the contradictions of small-town life on the Great Plains

Blackwell North Amer
"The High Plains, the beginning of the desert West, often act as a crucible for those who inhabit them. Like Jacob's angel, the region requires that you wrestle with it before it bestows a blessing."

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, c1993
ISBN: 9780395710913
039571091X
Characteristics: viii, 224 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Dakota, a spiritual geography

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jannylegs
Jul 11, 2016

Well done tribute to place and spirit.

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