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" For the white man's papers I had given up my faith in the Great Spirit. For these same papers I had forgotten the healing in trees and brooks. On account of my mother's simple view of life, and my lack of any, I gave her up, also. "
The Book Buyer: A Review and Record of Current Literature - Sivu 21
1902
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The Social WorkOut Book: Strength-Building Exercises for the Pre-Professional

Alice A. Lieberman - 1998 - 191 sivua
...wished my heart's burdens would turn me !o unfeeling stone. But alive, in my tomb, l was destitute! For the white man's papers i had given up my faith in the Great Spirit. For these same papers l had forgotten the healing in frees and brooks. On account of my mother's simple view of life, and...
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Tender Violence: Domestic Visions in an Age of U.S. Imperialism

Laura Wexler - 2000 - 363 sivua
...wished my heart's burdens would turn me to unfeeling stone. But alive, in my tomb, I was destitute! For the white man's papers I had given up my faith...loathed. Like a slender tree, I had been uprooted from my 3.3. Zitkala-sa in Nm> York society dress 3.4. Zitkala-sa in Native American dress mother, nature,...
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Sifters: Native American Women's Lives

Theda Perdue - 2001 - 272 sivua
...She acknowledged her alienation from her own culture and the profound sense of loss that she felt: "For the white man's papers I had given up my faith...papers I had forgotten the healing in trees and brooks. ... At last, one weary day in the schoolroom, a new idea presented itself to me. . . . Thus I resigned...
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Writing Out of Place: Regionalism, Women, and American Literary Culture

Judith Fetterley, Marjorie Pryse - 2003 - 422 sivua
...much as Indian education" (95). She arrives at a new view of the whites and a new mission for herself: "For the white man's papers I had given up my faith...had been uprooted from my mother, nature, and God. ... At last, one weary day in the schoolroom, a new idea presented itself tome. It was a new way of...
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Before They Could Vote: American Women's Autobiographical Writing, 1819–1919

Sidonie A. Smith, Julia Watson, Sidonie Smith - 2006 - 472 sivua
...wished my heart's burdens would turn me to unfeeling stone. But alive, in my tomb, I was destitute! For the white man's papers I had given up my faith...Spirit. For these same papers I had forgotten the beating in trees and brooks. On account of my mother's simple view of life, and my lack of any, I gave...
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White Man's Club: Schools, Race, and the Struggle of Indian Acculturation

Jacqueline Fear-Segal - 2007 - 395 sivua
...breakdown, triggered by the realization that she had lost touch with her own beliefs and heritage. "For the white man's papers I had given up my faith...same papers I had forgotten the healing in trees and brooks."15 Confused about her identity and struggling to understand how best to use her education,...
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