E. Pauline Johnson

E. Pauline Johnson E Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake was a Native advocate of part Mohawk ancestry, an independent woman during the period of first wave feminism, a Canadian nationalist who also advocated strengthening the link to imperial England, a popular and versatile prose writer, and one of modern Canada s best selling poets Johnson longed to see the publication of a complete collection of her verse, but that wish remained unfulfilled during her life Nine decades after her death, the first complete collection of all of Pauline Johnson s known poems, many painstakingly culled from newspapers, magazines, and archives, is now available.In response to the current recognition of Johnson s historical position as an immensely popular and influential figure of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this volume also presents a representative selection of her prose, including fiction about native settler relations, journalism about women and recreation, and discussions of gender roles and racial stereotypes.Edited by Carole Gerson and Veronica Strong Boag, authors of the enthusiastically received Paddling Her Own Canoe Times and Texts of E Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake , this collection exhibits the same impeccable scholarship and is essential to a full understanding of Johnson as a major Canadian writer and cultural figure. New Read E. Pauline Johnson By E. Pauline Johnson For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • E. Pauline Johnson
  • E. Pauline Johnson
  • English
  • 15 June 2018
  • 0802084974

10 thoughts on “E. Pauline Johnson

  1. Laura says:

    Written over 100 years ago and yet still speaks to issues that are so real today.great poems about the Canadian outdoors especially canoeing.one can t help but feel a theme of the love that dare not speak its name in some of the poems.

  2. Cheyanne says:


  3. ػᶈᶏϾӗ says:

    My favorite thing about this book is how it messes with the idea of American Literature She s actually a pretty provocative writer, too, for what we call sentimental fiction.

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