Pale as Real Ladies
Poems for Pauline JohnsonBook - 1989
In powerful language that reflects the conflicts between the primitive and the sophisticated, Joan Crate redreams the passions which animated and tormented her famous predecessor. Part white, part Mohawk princess, Pauline Johnson /Tekahionwake would perform her poems first in buckskin, then, after the intermission, in silk.
Publisher: London, Ont. : Brick Books, 1989
Branch Call Number: 819.1 CRA