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Stories through theories/theories through stories : North American Indian writing, storytelling, and critique / edited by Gordon D. Henry Jr., Nieves Pascual Soler, and Silvia Martínez-Falquina
Alternate Title North American Indian writing, storytelling, and critique
East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, c2009
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  PS153.I52 S76 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) American literature -- Indian authors -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc
Storytelling in literature
Physical Description 327 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Contents Allegories of engagement: stories/theories - a few remarks / Gordon D. Henry Jr. -- Living to tell stories / P. Jane Hafen -- Taking turns breaking me into pieces: the reading of immiscible others in Ray A. Young Bear's Black Eagle Child: the Facepaint narratives / Rob Appleford -- Uncomprehended mysteries: language and legend in the writing of Zitkala-Ša and Mourning Dove / Harry Brown -- Chances of survivance: Gerald Vizenor's autocritical auto/biographies / Elvira Pulitano -- Ignatia Broker's lived feminism: toward a Native women's theory / Molly McGlennen -- A sovereignty of transmotion: imagination and the "real," Gerald Vizenor, and Native literary nationalism / Niigonwedom James Sinclair -- Writing the intertwined global histories of indigeneity and diasporization: an ecocritical articulation of place, relationality, and storytelling in the poetry of Simon J. Ortiz / Susan Berry Brill De Ramírez -- The(st)ories of ceremonial relation: Native narratives and the ethics of reading / Silvia Martínez-Falquina -- Bearheart: Gerald Vizenor's compassionate novel / Michael Wilson -- Story, braid, basket: the woven aesthetics of Jeannette Armstrong's Whispering in shadows / Jane Haladay -- Stories are all we are: Thomas King's theory and practice of storytelling / Teresa Gibert -- Indians in Sunday clothes: the imposturing strategies of Grey Owl / Nieves Pascual Soler -- The Eagleheart narratives: contexts, process, representation, and ceremony in making texts / Gordon D. Henry Jr. -- Origin-of-poem story: origin and ownership of an Indian poem, "Earth death" / Patrick R. Lebeau
Note Includes bibliographical references
Series American Indian studies series (East Lansing, Mich.)
Alternate Author Henry, Gordon, 1955-
Pascual Soler, Nieves
Martínez-Falquina, Silvia

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