EN 209-005 Lecture 1 Notes
EN 209-005 Lecture 1 Notes EN 209
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EN 209129 Notes 81915 Native American Oral Literatures Who are the Native Americans Eurasia Bering straight o PaleoAmericans 0 Hunter gatherers 0 40000 years ago 0 Thousands of tribes Lost tribes of Israel European Zuni Yuchi and Aztec Zuni Talk Concerning the First Beginnings o Pueblo groups 0 About 3000 years old 0 Farming 0 Arizona Texas Southern Colorado New Mexico Yuchi Euchee Creation of the Whites 0 Central Tennessee Alabama Georgia South Carolina 0 Seminoles Shawnees Cherokee Aztec Singers Art 0 What do you know I The most dominant tribe in Mexico at the time 13th century Rhetorical Context Audience 0 Community 0 Posterity Genre 0 Narrative something happens over a set amount of time 0 Poems I Ritual poetry a poem that is made for the sake of commemorating something in the community I Lyrical poetry a meditation where you focus on a specific moment time is suspended What might be the advantage of writing in either mode Purpose 0 Ritualize life experiences I Commemorate important events and build community I Celebrate history cultural connections I Contemplate life events
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