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N. Scott Momaday : remembering ancestors, earth, and traditions : an annotated bio-bibliography

Author: Phyllis S Morgan
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2010] ©2010
Series: American Indian literature and critical studies series, v. 55.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : State or province government publication : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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N. Scott Momaday, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of House Made of Dawn (1969) and National Medal of Arts awardee, is the elder statesman of Native American literature and a major twentieth-century American author. This volume marks the most comprehensive resource available on Momaday. Along with an insightful new biography, it offers extensive, up-to-date bibliographies of his own work and the work of others about  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bibliographies
Bibliographie
Biographie 1934 -2010
Werkverzeichnis
Bibliography
Biography
Named Person: N Scott Momaday; N Scott Momaday; N Scott Momaday; Navarre Scott Momaday; Navarre Scott Momaday
Material Type: Biography, Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Phyllis S Morgan
ISBN: 9780806140544 0806140542
OCLC Number: 429227134
Awards: Winner of New Mexico Book Awards (Western History) 2011
Description: xx, 396 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Kenneth Lincoln --
pt. 1. Biography and Chronology. --
A life in a rich and exotic world : a biography of N. Scott Momaday --
N. Scott Momaday chronology --
pt. 2. The Works of N. Scott Momaday : a Bibliography. --
Published books and private printings --
Published essays, stories, and passages with reprintings, excerpts, and quotes used in works by others --
Anthologies and literary collections containing Momaday's writings --
Newspaper column in Viva: Northern New Mexico's Sunday Magazine --
Forewords, introductions, prefaces, and afterword --
View of published works by other authors --
Published poetry and prose poems in works by Momaday, anthologies, and published works by others --
Poems and prose about Billy the Kid --
Plays and dialogues --
Paintings and drawings in works by Momaday and others --
Interviews and conversations with N. Scott Momaday --
Nonprint media : a selected list involving Momaday --
Musical scores (printed music) --
Locations of special collections and archives containing information about Momaday and his works --
pt. 3. Works about N. Scott Momaday and His Works : a Bibliography. --
Books --
Critical, literary, and other essays in books and journals --
Reviews of books in journals and periodicals --
Reviews of nonprint media --
Reviews of The indolent boys (stage play) --
Magazine articles --
Newspaper articles and press releases --
Biographical, literary, and bibliographic reference sources --
Internet and online resources --
Teaching Momaday's writings --
Dissertations and theses.
Series Title: American Indian literature and critical studies series, v. 55.
Responsibility: by Phyllis S. Morgan ; introduction by Kenneth Lincoln.
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N. Scott Momaday, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of House Made of Dawn (1969) and National Medal of Arts awardee, is the elder statesman of Native American literature and a major twentieth-century American author. This volume marks the most comprehensive resource available on Momaday. Along with an insightful new biography, it offers extensive, up-to-date bibliographies of his own work and the work of others about him. Phyllis Morgan's account of Momaday's life and career and her chronology of his accomplishments, including his many awards and honors, are based on wide-ranging research and recent interviews in which she elicited Momaday's thoughts on topics and periods of his life that he has not previously touched on. The biography captures his formative years, expands on his academic career, and reflects a deep understanding of his work. This comprehensive annotated bibliography of Momaday's published work catalogs his output through mid-2009, including books, stories, essays, poems, newspaper columns, forewords and introductions, play scripts, and interviews. Morgan has also compiled an extensive listing of works about Momaday and his multifaceted output, including books, critical essays, reviews, newspaper articles, reference sources, online resources, and dissertations and theses. In an introductory essay, literary scholar Kenneth Lincoln offers additional insight into Momaday's poetry and prose.--From Amazon.com.

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