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Why I can't read Wallace Stegner and other essays : a tribal voice

Author: Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
Publisher: Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection of essays reveals the thoughts of a Native American feminist intellectual. A poet and literary scholar, Elizabeth Cook-Lyyn grapples with issues she encountered as a Native American  Read more...

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Named Person: Wallace Stegner
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
ISBN: 0299151409 9780299151409 0299151441 9780299151447
OCLC Number: 34617943
Description: xiv, 158 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Thoughts on the Art of Reviewing Books. 1. Wounded Knee, 1973. 2. The Broken Cord. 3. Black Eagle Child. 4. Black Hills, White Justice --
pt. 2. Dispossession. 5. Why I Can't Read Wallace Stegner. 6. A Centennial Minute from Indian Country; or Lessons in Christianizing the Aboriginal Peoples of America from the Example of Bishop William Hobart Hare --
pt. 3. Who Will Tell the Stories? 7. The Relationship of a Writer to the Past: Art, a Literary Principle, and the Need to Narrate. 8. The American Indian Fiction Writers: Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, the Third World, and First Nation Sovereignty --
pt. 4. Women's Lives. 9. The American Indian Woman in the Ivory Tower. 10. The Big Pipe Case --
pt. 5. The Last Word. 11. How Scholarship Comes to Be Relevant, or Dumbarton Oaks Is Fifty Years Old. 12. America's Oldest Racism: The Roots of Inequality. 13. End of the Failed Metaphor.
Responsibility: Elizabeth Cook-Lynn.

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Makes clear the myriad ways that native voices are routinely silenced, ignored, and overwhelmed. Kathryn W. Shanley, Cornell University"

 
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