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The Man to Send Rain Clouds Contemporary Stories by American Indians summary Ê 8 Fourteen stories about the strength and passion of today's American Indian including six from the acclaimed Leslie Marmon SilkoAnthropologists have long delighted us with the wise and colorful folktales they transcribed from their Indian informants The stories in this collection are another matter altogether these are white educated Indians attempting to bear wi. Originally published in 1974 The Man To Send Rain Clouds is a collection of short stories by American Indian authors As the back cover says these are white educated Indians attempting to bear witness through a non Indain genre the short story Mission accomplished The writing from all the included authors is powerful and effective My favorites were Kaiser And The War by Simon J Ortiz for its language Impressions On Turning Wombward by Joseph Little for its mood and A Geronimo Story by Leslie Silko for its cleverness and optimism

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The Man to Send Rain Clouds Contemporary Stories by American Indians summary Ê 8 Tness through a non Indian genre the short storyOver a two year period Kenneth Rosen traveled from town to town pueblo to pueblo to uncover the stories contained in this volume All reveal to varying degrees and in various ways the preoccupations of contemporary American Indians Not surprisingly many of the stories are infused with the bitterness of a people and. There is something special for me about Native American literatureMaybe it s because so many of the stories take place in lands that I also have known For I too am a child of the southwest and have the desert sands the hostile wildness and the frightening monsoons raging through my own tempestuous soulIn my own youth I would explore the wildness of our lands Wildness which the soft people of the east don t really understand A world of grand distances of dangerous animals and deadly insects Of guns and a war both against nature and each other and salted by the recent reminders of life scraped out at the very fringes of civilization Tombstone The Town Too Tough To Die Photographs of Geronimo and Big Nose Kate and Wyatt Earp not imported by the elites but because that s where they were taken and its where they belong Jerome a city lost now in its own past as well after the mines dried up the resting place of the lost ghosts of our past The tribal lands that we pass through often stopping to eat some food fry bread perhaps while looking at a monument sacred and enduring The Navajo and the Pueblo and the Apache The Hopi with their amazing artwork in silver and turuoise delicate like the desert mountain flowers the spirits of the land awakened by the expert care of the craftsmenLife out west is filled with nature we are closer to our forests and our lakes and our mountains we remember days when they were not fully contained in the national imagination when they were still empty and unconuered they often still are The French have romanticized the Tuareg like we have our own western history an uncomprehending easterner once told me his voice thick with the sneer of the calcified supervised societies of New England We were working together in Mali and he couldn t understand it just as he didn t understand my desert and the indomitable spirit of its wanderers They don t realize that those times have moved on forever that the past is gone Except its not gone because it still lives in the caves where we find the remnants of ancient fights in the guns we still carry because the distances are too great and we are responsible for ourselves Where we still look out over a vast free open space big skies and indomitable mountains and we contemplate the wildness and the freedomBut there s the other side too that which makes Native American literature haunting The stories are so full of sorrow and nostalgia of a past long lost and forgotten stories of defeat without future of a futility and sadness that has become such a part of the lives of the people from the ancient tribes and clans of American pre history To have lost everything but yet to still abide that is the great dilemma and it is the job of the good writers to capture it My writing is also full of desperation and hardship and trials from places I have been and things I have seen of past and meaning and loss It is for the sensitive writer to fill pages with this not with adventure and sex but instead with yearningI just finished The Man to Send Rain Clouds It is a collection of short stories written by Native American authors and they are lovely and haunting and powerful Full of the richness of a life lived close to the land and the bitterness of loss You must read these if you claim to love literature to love America Read them even or perhaps especially if you are from the calcified safe societies of the east You will be better for it Uber #18 of contemporary American Indians Not surprisingly many Millennials of the stories are infused with the bitterness Evolution: The Grand Synthesis of a people and. 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The Man to Send Rain Clouds Contemporary Stories by American Indians summary Ê 8 A culture long repressed Several deal with violence and the effort to escape from the pervasive and so often destructive white influence and system In most the enduring strength of the Indian past is very much in evidence evoked as a kind of counterpoint to the repression and aimlessness that have marked and still mark today the lives of so many American Indians. The Man to Send Rain Clouds is a collection of short stories originally published in 1974 by some of the most notable American Indian authors and poets of the American Indian renaissance movement As the editor explains It is my conviction that what is going on in the minds and hearts of American Indians today can best be told by Indians themselves through their fiction ix The first story is authored by Leslie Marmon Silko the titular The Man to Send Rain Clouds which opens up with a dead body being found as often is tradition in American Indian literature a death usually starts a story The story The San Francisco Indians by Simon Ortiz is part of the new historicism theory discusses peyote addresses the urban Indian movement by saying The People were going all over the world Indians were everywhere 12Anna Lee Walters writes Come My Sons a story where she asks to tell her sons a story showing how important oral tradition is today even though some have abandoned storytelling culture The stories and songs are also accompanied by many nice drawings Leslie Marmon Silko s Yellow Woman has been anthologized uite a lot but remains one of the strongest pieces in the collection It opens beautifully with My thigh clung to his with dampness and I watched the sun rising up through the tamaracks and willows 33 The story proceedes to tell a story about a woman tempted by a gorgeous and mysterious man Kaiser and the War by Simon Ortiz has some notes on schooling and the divide between English and Native languages It is definitely worth a read Another historical piece worthy of reading is Tony s Story by Leslie Marmon Silko which chronicles an encounter between a white policeman and Native men The story itself is based on a true account in which a white cop was killed by a Native driver he had pulled over and harassed The story must be read in this collection though as it packs a punch despite being so short Unfortunately there are many forgettable stories nestled in the collection That is not to say they are not good just that they get lost in between some of the notable storiesauthor pairings Others are lost or forgotten because of some of their seemingly too simple lines like The sun caressed his back from Whispers from a Dead World by Joseph Little 31


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  • Paperback
  • 192
  • The Man to Send Rain Clouds Contemporary Stories by American Indians
  • Kenneth Rosen
  • English
  • 04 September 2020
  • 9780140173178