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Department
English
Course
ENGL 1128
Professor
D.Curie
Semester
Winter

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Humor and Satire Cree (200,000 In Canada) Neal McLeod, “Cree Poetic Discourse” (657-72)  From Across Culture/Across Borders ed. Title  Poetic: poesis: “making, creation” (from Landow)  Discourse: “a new way of understanding and communicating that is recognized and allowed by a society” (from Landow) Persuasion and argument  What is McLeod arguing in “Cree Poetic Discourse”? in other words, what is his theme or purpose in writing this essay?  Include your first and last name Theme/Purpose/argument  Indigenous knowledge, or “Cree poetics,” is organic; it involves an embodied and spiritual and understanding of the world that connects symbols, stories and knowledge with history, ancestors and land and individuals  It is necessary to build a “positive space” of indigenous knowledge in the contemporary world to rescue indigenous knowledge from the “narrative violence” of colonialism and neo-colonialism (academia) 2. Plot Indigenous studies i
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