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By Frank Brady

A shortcut to winning enjoying for the start or occasional chess participant explaining, between different issues, the belief in the back of a circulate and why yes positions are extra favorable than others.

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His subjects include the violent history of Native Americans as well as personal tragedies combined with hope for a better life. Throughout the book, Ortiz pairs poems on one page with historical vignettes, personal notes, and political comments on the facing page, making for a very interesting presentation as well as a good reading. 1 1 A n n i v e r s a r y it is that humans are born out of the Earth, their flesh and bone made up of all of the elements. In the interview with Coltelli, Harjo speaks about the physical and spiritual connection she feels with the Earth, and the way in which the Earth is perceived in feminine terms, as a mother force.

In it, the poet asks a series of questions about the very nature of being and humans’ place in the scheme of things. She is concerned with fundamental issues about her particular “self,” why she occupies the body she does, why she exists in the world at this very moment, and why the universe saw fit, after so many aeons, that she should suddenly come to be. Significantly, she does not ask any questions about human morality or governance, or anything else one would normally associate with politics.

Human existence, indeed all existence, then, is something that merely happens without a plan or reason. Perhaps it is contingent or accidental that things have turned out as they have. However, since the poet never actually receives a response to her many questions, it is not clear that human existence is in fact contingent in this way. It could be that there is a reason the poet is who she is. There could be a “what,” as she suggests, that made her appear in exactly the time and place that she does.

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