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Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural narratives in North America

Author: Mark Cronlund Anderson; Irene Maria Blayer
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2005.
Series: Studies on themes and motifs in literature, v. 73.
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"North America is becoming increasingly interdisciplinary and cross-cultural. In this emerging context narratives play a crucial role in weaving patterns that in turn provide fabrics for our lives. In this original collection, Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural narratives, a dozen scholars deploy a variety of approaches to explore and understand the many ways that stories speak to, from, within and across  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural narratives in North America.
New York : Peter Lang, c2005
(OCoLC)646423895
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Cronlund Anderson; Irene Maria Blayer
ISBN: 0820474096 9780820474090
OCLC Number: 55738197
Description: 173 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Mark Gronlund Anderson, Irene Maria F. Blayer --
Recycling Red Riding Hood in the Americas / Sandra L. Beckett --
Storytelling and myth as a means of identification, subversion, and survival in Leslie Marmon Silko's "Yellow woman" and "Tony's story" / Pauline Morel --
A dialogic reading of oral literature : Harry Robinson's Write it on your heart and Beowulf / Bernie Harder --
"Blitzkuchen" : an exploration of story-telling in Louise Erdrich's The antelope wife / Ute Lischke --
Storytelling and transformative spaces in Louise Erdrich's The blue jay's dance, The birchbark house, and The last report on the miracles at Little No Horse / David T. McNab --
Palmer Cox : telling stories to produce modern children / Eileen Margerum --
The carnilvalesque and the grotesque in Roch Carrier's La Guerre, yes sir! : a twentieth century novel with Renaissance echoes / Mary Anne Harsh --
Longfellow's "Evangeline" and Mailett's Pelagie-la-Charrette : storytelling and the soul of l'Acadie / Gregory Maillet --
Singing his America : narrative strategies of dissonance in the story-songs of Steve Earle / Anthony G. Murphy --
Sexual/textual politics in chronicles of a death and a birth foretold : 1953 by France Daigle / Monika Boehringer.
Series Title: Studies on themes and motifs in literature, v. 73.
Responsibility: edited by Mark Cronlund Anderson, Irene Maria F. Blayer.
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"North America is becoming increasingly interdisciplinary and cross-cultural. In this emerging context narratives play a crucial role in weaving patterns that in turn provide fabrics for our lives. In this original collection, Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural narratives, a dozen scholars deploy a variety of approaches to explore and understand the many ways that stories speak to, from, within and across culture(s) in North America."--BOOK JACKET.

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