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Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. March 11, 1607, D. October 18, 1646

Maurice Kenny

Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. March 11, 1607, D. October 18, 1646

Poems

by Maurice Kenny

  • 295 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Chauncy Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saint,,
  • Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775,
  • Poetry,
  • History,
  • Jogues, Isaac,,
  • 1607-1646,
  • Mohawk Indians,
  • New York (State)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8341434M
    ISBN 100918517052
    ISBN 109780918517050
    OCLC/WorldCa14411490

    Saints of the Month: October. Saint Isaac Jogues. Image: Portrait of Isaac Jogues The 19th of October is the feast day of Saint Isaac Jaques S.J. (10 January †18 October. The Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. Ma , D. The poetry volume of Octo and Between Two Rivers has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. In , he received an American Book Award, received a lifetime award in Inaugated to New York writers Hall of Fame. He lived in the Adirondac region.

    American Book Award winner Maurice Kenny has long been a major voice in Native American literature. In this collection, he writes of such little-known and controversial issues as the gay tradition in Native American history and looks at how his Mohawk background has impacted on his own writing.- . Maurice Kenny was born in Watertown, New York State and has been a poet, editor, publisher, and professor at North Community College and the University of Oklahoma. He earned a B.A. in English literature in from the Butler University.

    Full text of "The life of Father Isaac Jogues, missionary priest of the Society of Jesus, slain by the Mohawk Iroquois, in the present state of New York, Oct. 18, " See other formats. Isaac Jogues (2, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article St. Isaac Jogues, S.J. (10 January – 18 October ) was a missionary and martyr who traveled and worked among the Iroquois, Huron, and other Native.


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) Is Summer This Bear, Chauncy Press (). Since then, volumes of his poetry and fiction have been published regularly, and he received a Pulitzer Prize nomination for Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, b. Mad. Octo Poems. The award-winning book is a poetic account of the early encounters between French Jesuits and the Mohawk Iroquois in seventeenth-century North America.

Maurice's book of poems, Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. MaD. Octo was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, as was Between Two Rivers. He is the recipient of a National Public Radio Award for Broadcasting.

His book The Mama Poems received the American Book Award in   Kenny's book of poems, "Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. MaD. Octo " was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, as was "Between Two Rivers." He is the recipient of a National Public Radio Award for Broadcasting.

Inhe received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Native Writers' Circle of the Americas. Maurice's book of poems, Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. MaD. Octowas nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, as was Between Two Rivers. He is the recipient of a National Public Radio Award for Broadcasting.

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ben American Book. Both “Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. MaD. Octo ,” and “Between Two Rivers” were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, and “On Second Thought” was a finalist for the.

Blackrobe: Isaac Joques, B. MaD. Octo by Kenny, Maurice Seller The Prints & The Paper Published Condition Near Fine Edition. His book of poems Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. MaD. Octo was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, as was his book Between Two Rivers.

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Born: Guthrie, Kentucky, 24 April Education: Guthrie High School; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Gaius Valerius Catullus, Gaius Valerius Catullus (ca. 54 B.C.) was a Roman lyric poet. He is best known for the intense poems which reflect various stages in his love.

Both “Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B. MaD. Octo ,” and “Between Two Rivers” were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, and “On Second Thought” was a.

ISAAC JOGUES Jan. 10, - Oct. 18, On a cold January morning ina poor priest from New France presented himself at a Jesuit residence in France. He was beaten and bruised, missing fingers and disfigured beyond recognition.

After taking him in, the pastor at the residence asked the priest if he had any news of Isaac Jogues, a. Fear of heights is almost unknown to the Mohawk.

Many Mohawk men were employed in the building industry working on the high steel framework of skyscrapers. Maurice Kenny publishes Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, b.

Mad. Octo Poems. David Edgar receives an Antoinette Perry will help you with any book or any question. The following biographical information about St. Isaac Jogues is from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Saint Isaac Jogues (Janu – Octo ) was a Jesuit priest, missionary, and martyr who traveled and worked among the native populations in North America.

The Life of Saint Isaac Jogues. He was born on Januthe third son of Francois de Saint-Mesmin Jogues and Laurent Jogues and baptized the same day in Orleans, the city of Saint Joan of Arc, in north central France. (editor’s note: all subsequent quotes come from this book).

Isaac was educated from the age of ten by the Fathers of.8iiji ;II Maurice Kenny Maurice Kenny was born Augin Watertown, New York. His father is a Mohawk from Canada, and his mother was born in upstate New York.His books Between Two Rivers: Selected Poems, and Blackrobe: Isaac Jogues, B.

MaD. Octo Poems were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. He is the recipient of a National Public Radio Award for Broadcasting and received The National Book .