With the theory of Moss and Dyck, this study discusses Diane
Glancy's The Reason for Crows to understand the insinuations of
sensuous geography. This study maintains how in the wake of out-of-place
identity within Native American space, Glancy uses sensory experiences as
material practices to counter a sense of out-of-placeness. Such multisensory
experiences help her native characters locate themselves in both the textual and
Native American space. This study explores Diane Glancy's The Reason for
Crows not only to find out the reasons due to which the Native Americans
develop an acute sense of out-of-placeness within Native American spaces but
also the geographies of illness and disability to investigate how Native Americans
create and contest their space and place.
1-Fasih ur Rehman Lecturer, Department of English, Khushal Khan Khattak University, Karak, KP, Pakistan.2-Muhammad Owais Ifzal Lecturer, Department of English, Government College University Faisalabad, Hafizabad Campus, Punjab, Pakistan.3-Rao Aisha Sadiq Lecturer, Department of English, Institute of Southern Punjab, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan.
Body, Diane Glance, Native American Woman, Place, Space