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Life is a Fatal Disease: Collected Poems 1962–1995


Anthony Patterson


University of Liverpool

February 12, 2006

THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE. OKLAHOMA, FACTS ON FILE, Alan R. Velie and Jennifer McClinton-Temple eds., 1997

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Attributed to Pocahontas, the Native American princess who helped establish peace between the colonists and the Indians, the phrase that is the provocative title of the collection is immediately telling, since it is allied to a common thread in Paula Gunn Allen’s work of reconciling and mediating between diverse American subcultures.

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Keywords: Paula Gunn Allen

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Patterson, Anthony, Life is a Fatal Disease: Collected Poems 1962–1995 (February 12, 2006). THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE. OKLAHOMA, FACTS ON FILE, Alan R. Velie and Jennifer McClinton-Temple eds., 1997. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2003840

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