(ONLY IN SPANISH)
The Trail of Tears
A STORY ABOUT PAIN AND DEATH DURING CHEROKEES'
"What is death? Where have gone my parents, my sister and my
"It's good to wonder and cry,
Little Finger, because the warriors also cry and paint their faces for battle of life with their own tears."
These are some of the questions that Little Finger, a child survivor of the mass deportation of the Cherokee Nation, raises the old sage White Eagle.
While the heinous genocide perpetrated by the U.S. army is still unanswered, the doubts of Little Finger will slowly dissipate in the poetry and melancholy of this touching story.
One more time, the tenderness of Grian prose is capable of convey in a simple and serene way a major existential message: "Tears die when the river meets the ocean, just like life and death give each other what they lack... and together give rise to Life."