Her Land, Her Love



[Reading] ➶ Her Land, Her Love By Evangeline Parsons Yazzie – E17streets4all.co.uk The first novel, in a sweeping epic of one determined Navajo family s efforts to persevere during the Long Walk, blends history, romance, conflict, culture, and family in a finely crafted story that i The first novel, in a sweeping epic of one determined Navajo family s efforts to persevere during the Long Walk, blends history, romance, conflict, culture, and family in a finely crafted story that is a true work of Her Land, PDF/EPUB or passion The first authentic Navajo love story, with Navajo values of love, relationships, and community The story begins in Black Mesa, Arizona inat the start of the Navajo Long Walk The woman at the heart of the story is Ninaanibaa The Woman Warrior who Came Home Once Again and her husband, Hashke Yil Naabaah The Warrior Who Fights with Anger When two of their daughters are kidnapped, they set out on a journey in search of their missing childrenText is in English, dialogue in Navajo and translated into English The second novel in this series is called Her Enemy, Her Love.Her Land, Her Love

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  • ebook
  • 277 pages
  • Her Land, Her Love
  • Evangeline Parsons Yazzie
  • English
  • 14 August 2019
  • 1893354946

10 thoughts on “Her Land, Her Love

  1. says:

    Her Land, Her Love is a fictionalized telling of the Navajo Long Walk, told from the perspective of one Navajo couple, their family, and their people It s a long book that was sometimes on the slow side for me, but other times fast I would be reading along wondering when I d get to the end of a chapter, but by the time I got there I would be hooked and just keep right on reading into the next chapter I found it fascinating to see what life was like for these characters their skill at living Her Land, Her Love is a fictionalized telling of the Navajo Long Walk, told from the perspective of one Navajo couple, their family, and their people It s a long book that was sometimes on the slow side for me, but other times fast I would be reading along wondering when I d get to the end of a chapter, but by the time I got there I would be hooked and just keep right on reading into the next chapter I found it fascinating to see what life was like for these characters their skill at living off of the land, and also the intensity of the horrors they endured when their lives were so disrupted by the U.S army Though somewhat long, I will note that there is a good amount of text that is in the a Navajo language and then translated to English, and I was able to skip over quite a bit and just read the English I may have learned a few new words, though, with barely any effort I read this book for the 2019 Read Harder Challenge the task to read an historical romance by an author of color I would like to readin the series

  2. says:

    This book gave me mixed emotions and I was not sure how I felt about this book It was confusing for me to understand what the author was getting at while reading this The theme of this book was about peace and harmony This book gave students a sense of different cultures and history Once I had a better understanding of the book, it was difficult for me to put it down

  3. says:

    Yazzie provides a Navajo perspective of the people s poignant event in history, which the novel is set in the midst of the Long Walk The author eloquently intertwines the retelling of oral history of the Navajo elder s experiences of strength and survival during the Long Walk through Ninaanibaa and her husband Hashk Yi Naabaah The young couple not only struggles to protect their family, but also their tribal community The novel truly displays the Navajo cultural perspective of family, love, Yazzie provides a Navajo perspective of the people s poignant event in history, which the novel is set in the midst of the Long Walk The author eloquently intertwines the retelling of oral history of the Navajo elder s experiences of strength and survival during the Long Walk through Ninaanibaa and her husband Hashk Yi Naabaah The young couple not only struggles to protect their family, but also their tribal community The novel truly displays the Navajo cultural perspective of family, love, strength, and belief, which is overlooked from other historical book written about the Long Walk

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