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Interpreting the Indian: Twentieth-Century Poets and the Native American
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Book News Annotation:
Peplau, a seminal figure in psychiatric nursing, is best known for her theory that the interactive relationship between nurse and patient is itself a part of the therapeutic process. These papers, many not previously published, cover not only interpersonal relations, but also psychology, nursing education, and the role of theory in nursing. Acidic paper. Reprint of the U. of New Mexico Press edition of 1983.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-209) and index.
Table of Contents
Early translators of Indian poetry — The Indian as a symbol : Vachel Lindsay, Hart Crane, and William Carlos Williams — Translating Indian consciousness : Lew Sarett and John G. Neihardt — Toward a new poetry and a new man : Charles Olson's projective verse — Jerome Rothenberg : new forms from old — Gary Snyder : the lessons of Turtle Island — Snyder and the emergence of Indian poets : restoring unity.
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