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Shadow distance : a Gerald Vizenor reader

Author: Gerald Robert Vizenor
Publisher: Hanover, NH : Wesleyan University Press, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Whether focusing on Native American tricksters or legal and financial claims of tribal sovereignty, Vizenor continually underscores the diversities of modern traditions, the mixed ethnicity that characterizes those who claim Native American origin, and cultural permeability of an increasingly commercial, global world.--pub. website.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald Robert Vizenor
ISBN: 0819552771 9780819552778 0819562815 9780819562814
OCLC Number: 30318163
Description: xxix, 342 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Thank you, George Raft, from Interior landscapes --
Measuring my blood, from Interior landscapes --
Haiku in the attic, from Interior landscapes --
Envoy to Haiku, from Chicago review --
Avengers at Wounded Knee, from Interior landscapes --
Miigis crowns, from The heirs of Columbus --
Victoria Park, from Griever --
Shadows, from Dead voices --
Terminal creeds at Orion, from Bearheart --
Almost Browne, from Landfill meditation --
Ice tricksters, from Landfill meditation --
Tulip Browne, from The trickster of liberty --
Trickster photography, from Exposure --
Separatists behind the blinds, from Wordarrows --
Double others, from Manifest manners --
Unnameable postindians, from Genre --
Ishi obscura, from Manifest manners --
The tragic wisdom of salamanders, from Sacred trust --
Casino coups, from Manifest manners --
Crossbloods, from the introduction to Crossbloods --
Sand Creek survivors, from Earthdivers --
Terminal creeds, from The people named the Chippewa --
Shadows at La Pointe, from The people named the Chippewa --
Harold of Orange.
Responsibility: Gerald Vizenor.

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"Vizenor has stirred the literary world, not only with his range but with the excellence of his thought and the dry cutting edge of his insight."--San Francisco Review of Books

 
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