Remember that it sounds like “Oliver.”
I have gone through my notes about the Gullah language, though most of them have been about trying to create a unique alphabet for the creole language.… Read more “Making The Case For A Consistent Gullah Orthography”
To understand Middle-Earth is to understand the writer behind it.
This is an autobiography published by William Apess in 1829. I read the electronic version from Archives.org. Plot It starts with an introduction into his family’s background.… Read more “Quintillion Ink-Strokes | “A Son of the Forest,” by William Apess”
It truly was an honor to share another work by a Native American elder. There is not much of these copies of this book, so I was… Read more “Quintillion Ink-Strokes | “People of the First Light: Wisdoms of a Mashpee Wampanoag Elder,” by Joan Tavares Avant”
If I were to sum up this book, I would say that it is a mixture of autobiography and Passamaquoddy Studies. Plot It is chronological, going from… Read more “Quintillion Ink-Strokes | “An Upriver Passamaquoddy,” by Allen J. Sockabasin”
It is an analysis into the story of being.