Tsyi/Deep in the Rock: Reflections on Canyon de Chelly

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Description: [...] Tohe's narrator's ambivalence about the economic benefits of tourism on both Tsyi and the Din is clearly expressed, when she wryly observes how "tourists must love the authenticity of 'Real Indians'" (who sell "sodas and turquoise jewelry" under the "cottonwoods at Antelope House" [13]), where Din blood once flowed in those same canyon trails. [...] the photographs of intricate ice patterns in streams created by winter, the abstract designs in the rock walls created by spring runoff, the shadowed red rocks created by summer sunsets, and the autumnal glory of the cottonwoods underscore the textual movement from the past to present, the shifts in the narrator's guises and points of view from first to third person, and the confluence of myth, history, and the present.
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