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Diane Glancy

 

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In Glancy's fictional journal, Sacajawea is a woman traumatized by her experience and still grieving for the loss of her best friend, another Shoshoni taken from her people:

You dream your legs are oars. You are rowing, running from the Hidatsa. It's the ghost horses you see again. They take you from the Shoshoni. The horses are cutting you in half. You cry in a place the men cannot see. You see Otter Woman's hand stretched out to you.

Diane Glancy reads from Stone Heart and from her poetry at the Ann Arbor District Library on Sunday, April 27.    (end of article)

[Originally published in April, 2003.]

 

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