Water in Steveston and Stone/Rain Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Water in Steveston and Stone/Rain
An analysis of Daphne Marlatt and Robert Minden's "Steveston" and the poetry collection entitled "Stone/Rain".
# 142140 | 750 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (Poetry) , Literature (Canadian)


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The paper relates that Daphne Marlatt and Robert Minden's "Steveston" is a book of poetry and photographs about the mainly Japanese, BC village of Steveston, a fishing village next to the Fraser River with a dark history: its Japanese Canadians residents had their belongings confiscated and were sent away to internment camps during the Second World War. The paper shows how it investigates people within a geographical setting, at the same time that it investigates the geographical setting itself.

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"Daphne Marlatt and Robert Minden's "Steveston" is a book of poetry and photographs about the mainly Japanese, BC village of Steveston, a fishing village next to the Fraser River with a dark history: its Japanese Canadians residents had their belongings confiscated and were sent away to internment camps during the Second World War. As such, it investigates people within a geographical setting, at the same time that it investigates the geographical setting itself. On the other hand, "Stone/Rain" is a collection of poetry that investigates how people and artists perceive the world, and in doing so, create reality. Thus, the two..."

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