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Title: Hart Crane`s interpretation of Indian princess Pocahontas in “The Bridge”
Authors: Колісниченко, Анна Віталіївна
Keywords: Dream-Visioner
virgin for the last of men
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Anna Kolisnychenko. Hart Crane`s interpretation of Indian princess Pocahontas in “The Bridge”/ Kolisnychenko Anna // 2nd International Congress on People, Power and Politics: Abstract Book, 26-28 October, 2019. – Kyiv, Ukraine. – P. 35-36.
Abstract: One of the interesting interpretation of Native American mythology is represented in Hart Crane`s poem “The Bridge”. One brilliant example is the section “Powhatan's Daughter”. Obviously Crane did not know that Pawhatan was a tribal title for the Dream-Visioner, not a person`s name. Especially since the leader was not the real father of the Indian princess, but the "father" of the whole tribal alliance.
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