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Author: Wendy Rose
Publisher: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2002.
Series: Sun tracks, v. 51.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Rose, Wendy.
Itch like crazy.
Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2002
(OCoLC)605424575
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy Rose
ISBN: 0816521778 9780816521777
OCLC Number: 49698992
Notes: UNC Charlotte Libraries notes:
Part 1 These Bones -- Imagine it like this 3 -- It happened that we were gathering shellfish 5 -- The Itch: First Notice 7 -- The Itch: Second Notice 9 -- Genealogical Research 12 -- Aborigine and Queen 14 -- Turning 17 -- Dear Grandfather Webb from England 21 -- Margaret Castor 23 -- Joseph Bigler 27 -- Margaret Mourns the Death of Joseph Bigler 30 -- Margaret Opens the Bon Ton Saloon 32 -- Castle Blake, Tipperary 34 -- Hugh Massey Barrett 39 -- Thinking of Andrew in Orono, Maine 41 -- Andrew MacInnes, You Look West Just at the Moment I Look East 43 -- Captain Andrew MacInnes of the Norfolk Militia 45 -- Henrietta's Song for Joseph 49 -- Joseph 51 -- Defending Earth against the Gold Rush 55 -- My Ghost Comes to Joseph Evans and Isabel Graham 57 -- One-Way Conversations: Grandmothers 59 -- 1830 as I Remember It 61 -- Part 2 This Heart -- One of those days when I see Columbus 67 -- International Hour of Prayer for the Yellowstone Buffalo Herd 69 -- I make this woman 71 -- Foremothers, I am that child 72 -- Listen. This is the Lie They Believed 74 -- Grandmother Rattler 75 -- Pahana Names the Mountain Flowers 78 -- Women Like Me 81 -- Signs of Survival: My Sister Weeds 83 -- Buckeye as You Are: September 11, 2001 85 -- Scientists said they expect to discover space warps 86 -- Epilogue: Leonid Shower, Late Fall, 2001 87 -- Part 3 Listen Here for the Voices.
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Description: viii, 88, [35] pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Part 1 These Bones --
Imagine it like this 3 --
It happened that we were gathering shellfish 5 --
The Itch: First Notice 7 --
The Itch: Second Notice 9 --
Genealogical Research 12 --
Aborigine and Queen 14 --
Turning 17 --
Dear Grandfather Webb from England 21 --
Margaret Castor 23 --
Joseph Bigler 27 --
Margaret Mourns the Death of Joseph Bigler 30 --
Margaret Opens the Bon Ton Saloon 32 --
Castle Blake, Tipperary 34 --
Hugh Massey Barrett 39 --
Thinking of Andrew in Orono, Maine 41 --
Andrew MacInnes, You Look West Just at the Moment I Look East 43 --
Captain Andrew MacInnes of the Norfolk Militia 45 --
Henrietta's Song for Joseph 49 --
Joseph 51 --
Defending Earth against the Gold Rush 55 --
My Ghost Comes to Joseph Evans and Isabel Graham 57 --
One-Way Conversations: Grandmothers 59 --
1830 as I Remember It 61 --
Part 2 This Heart --
One of those days when I see Columbus 67 --
International Hour of Prayer for the Yellowstone Buffalo Herd 69 --
I make this woman 71 --
Foremothers, I am that child 72 --
Listen. This is the Lie They Believed 74 --
Grandmother Rattler 75 --
Pahana Names the Mountain Flowers 78 --
Women Like Me 81 --
Signs of Survival: My Sister Weeds 83 --
Buckeye as You Are: September 11, 2001 85 --
Scientists said they expect to discover space warps 86 --
Epilogue: Leonid Shower, Late Fall, 2001 87 --
Part 3 Listen Here for the Voices.
Series Title: Sun tracks, v. 51.
Other Titles: Sun tracks ;
Responsibility: Wendy Rose.
Local System Bib Number:
.b27516404
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"Lush and evocative imagery" --"Indian Country Today" "A finely crafted literary work that is also a manifesto addressing contacts and conflicts in the history of Indian-white relations. . . . Read more...

 
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