Forceful, concrete imagery reflects the Eskimo's stark life, his conflicting dependence on luck and self-reliance, and his...

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I BREATHE A NEW SONG: Poems of the Eskimo

Forceful, concrete imagery reflects the Eskimo's stark life, his conflicting dependence on luck and self-reliance, and his lack of sentimentality. Oonark, a leader among the Baker Lake artists, provides strongly colored, primitive and fantasy-imbued prints and drawings.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1971