Ernesto Che Guevara (published 1993)
One hundred whip-smart wisecracks
The Native Writers Series of readings at the museum features some of the most engaging and provocative Native writers working today. This first-ever CD anthology of Native writers reading from their works includes Pulitzer Prize winner N. Scott Momaday (Kiowa), Louise Erdrich (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa), Simon Ortiz (Acoma Pueblo), and many more. Alternately funny and moving, angry and contemplative, the readings address the Native American experience, as well as universal themes of love, death, and family bonds.
I was not alone in being enthralled by Greek culture.
Bo sat up front with daddy. Julius rode in the back with me. The dirty rag tied around his arm looked black in the moonlight; all that blood mixing in with the dirt. It was too dark to see his eyes, but my memory was fresh. More than the shock of having been shot, his nonsensical words and vacant stare resulted from a different kind of trauma. To be sure, the bullet hole in his arm was a problem, but the scowling woman in the blue kerchief—the one standing on the edge of the crowd, curses leaking from her blood-red lips—she was our primary concern.
Original and most illuminating.”
I embraced Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition, since this tradition took a non-rational approach to philosophy; like Bruno, I felt that philosophy and religion were close allies.
Let me express my admiration for your writing.”
This generously illustrated guide introduces visitors to NMAI’s building on the National Mall, walking them through the exhibitions and other aspects of the building as well as its landscaping. The guide includes a foldout map and floor plans, and focuses on the museum’s collections and public programs. A short history of American Indians in Washington, D.C., and a list of the city’s other Native-related points of interest round out the book.
Uncle Dondey has died. For real this time.
This small treasure offers a comprehensive sense of the National Museum of the American Indian and highlights the extraordinary aesthetic and cultural achievements of the Native peoples of the Americas.