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Seeing red : anger, sentimentality, and American Indians

Author: Cari M Carpenter
Publisher: Columbus : Ohio State University Press [2008] ©2008.
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"In Seeing Red, Cari M. Carpenter examines anger in the poetry and prose of three early American Indian writers: S. Alice Callahan, Pauline Johnson, and Sarah Winnemucca. In articulating a legitimate anger in the late nineteenth century, the first published indigenous women writers were met not only with stereotypes of "savage" rage but with social proscriptions against female anger. While the loss of land, life,  Read more...
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Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Carpenter, Cari M., 1973-
Seeing red.
Columbus : Ohio State University Press, ©2008
(DLC) 2007048957
(OCoLC)181599782
Named Person: S Alice Callahan; E Pauline Johnson; Sarah Winnemucca; S Alice Callahan; E Pauline Johnson; Sophia Alice Callahan; Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins; Emily Pauline Johnson; Sophia Alice Callahan; Emily Pauline Johnson; Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cari M Carpenter
ISBN: 9780814210796 0814210791 9780814291580 0814291589
OCLC Number: 1083083599
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 177 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction : anger, sentimentality, and American Indians --
Playing angry : S. Alice Callahan's Wynema --
"A woman to let alone" : E. Pauline Johnson and the performance of anger --
Lost (and gained) in translation : language, anger, and agency in Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins's Life among the Piutes --
Conclusion : an anger of their own.
Responsibility: Cari M. Carpenter.

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"In Seeing Red, Cari M. Carpenter examines anger in the poetry and prose of three early American Indian writers: S. Alice Callahan, Pauline Johnson, and Sarah Winnemucca. In articulating a legitimate anger in the late nineteenth century, the first published indigenous women writers were met not only with stereotypes of "savage" rage but with social proscriptions against female anger. While the loss of land, life, and cultural traditions is central to the Native American literature of the period, this dispossession is only one side of the story. Its counterpart, indigenous claims to that which is threatened, is just as essential to these narratives. The first published American Indian women writers used a variety of tactics to protest such dispossession. Seeing Red argues that one of the most pervasive and intriguing of these is sentimentality." "Carpenter argues that while anger is a neglected element of a broad range of sentimental texts, it should be recognized as a particularly salient subject in early literature written by Native American women."--BOOK JACKET.

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