Native Canadiana

Native Canadiana - Native Canadiana Gregory Scofield...

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Native Canadiana Gregory Scofield Mallory Brooks I preferred Native Canadiana  more than Ester Belins work, I found it  easier to digest and relate to. I am not a huge poetry fan to begin with, however I  always do find ways in which I can relate to what is being wrote.  I did not  necessarily enjoy this book as I did others, but I did find that it had a strong and  clear message in-between the lines, that you could either take or leave. Out of the three sections in the book the first chapter, Native Canadiana,  was the one I liked the most, and could relate to. Throughout the autobiography  poems, I was able to continuously relate to many of the things Scofield was  speaking of. Therefore I found this section the most powerful, because of the  common ground of some sense of understanding. I loved the saying “Because  only the memories live forever” because it is so true and has a deeper meaning  than just what the words on the paper are, it is saying, “here is my story, it is all I  have to offer, it will last forever. I will not”.
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This essay was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ENG 213 taught by Professor Redfield during the Spring '08 term at MATC Madison.

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