This anthology documents the pain and misunderstanding that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Two-spirited, and Queer people have experienced in the very recent past; it also demonstrates the real progress, both in theory and in practice, that has been made. Readers will find much diversity in this collection of nineteen articles: autobiography, testament, fiction, and found poetry, as well as more traditional personal and analytic essays.Nicole, for a high school English class, based her lesson on the concept of disembodied voices and reader response. Using a ... Chris, the only non- education student in the class, was quite intimidated by the assignment to build a lesson plan.
|Title||:||"I Could Not Speak My Heart"|
|Author||:||Mary Cronin, James McNinch, University of Regina. Canadian Plains Research Center|
|Publisher||:||University of Regina Press - 2004|