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|Named Person:||Gerald Robert Vizenor|
|Material Type:||Government publication, State or province government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Deborah L Madsen; A Robert Lee
|Description:||vi, 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Storier: Gerald Vizenor's Father Meme / A. Robert Lee --
Pacifists, tricksters, writers, and victims in Hiroshima bugi / Alan R. Velie --
Gerald's game: postindian subjectivity in Vizenor's Interior landscapes / Michael Snyder --
Wild word hunters: tricky language and literary allusion in Harold of Orange / John Gamber --
Satirical ambivalence and Vizenor's Bearheart / Helmbrecht Breinig --
Moon vines among the ruins: Vizenor's poetics of native presence / David L. Moore --
Writing in the fourth person: a Lacanian reading of Vizenor's pronouns / Deborah L. Madsen --
"He made a teasing whistle on the wind": situating the literary activism of Gerald Vizenor / Chris LaLonde --
Scenes of picturing: Gerald Vizenor's Phototext / Shamoon Zamir --
Postindian survivance: Gerald Vizenor and Kimberley Blaeser --
Shadow casting: William Apess, survivance, and the problem of historical recovery / Drew Lopenzina --
Museum survivance: Vizenor before and after repatriation / Linda Lizut Helstern --
The trick of grieving well and the grief of tricking well: the unspeakable Gerald Vizenor / Kathryn W. Shanley --
Praise the ravens: a literary interview / Gerald Vizenor and A. Robert Lee --
Constitution of the White Earth Nation / Gerald Vizenor --
The constitution of the White Earth Nation / Gerald Vizenor and others.
|Responsibility:||edited by Deborah L. Madsen and A. Robert Lee.|
This essay collection offers an overview of Vizenor scholarship through close reading of his texts and exploration of the intellectual contexts in which they are situated. Vizenor's achievements cannot be easily summarized; rather, this book gives due evidence of the complexity of his work and the diverse critical responses to it.
The book comprises close textual readings of Vizenor's own writing as well as comparative readings that place Vizenor's achievement in various theoretical, cultural, and historical environments as well as the context of fellow Native writers. The final section makes available the full text of the ratified Constitution of the White Earth Nation, of which Vizenor was the lead writer, an essay by Vizenor about the significance and provenance of the Constitution, and a new interview with A. Robert Lee, bringing the collection to Vizenor's most recent writing and his thoughts about his future projects. --Book Jacket.