The invention of Native American literature /Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2003Description: xi, 244 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 080144067X (acid-free paper); 0801488044 (pbk. : acid-free paper).Subject(s): Indians in literature | Indians of North America -- Intellectual life | American literature -- History and criticism. -- 20th century | American literature -- History and criticism. -- Indian authorsOnline resources: Table of contents
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Epoka University Library
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-237) and index.
Tradition, invention, and aesthetics in Native American literature and literary criticism -- Nothing to do : John Joseph Mathews's Sundown and Restless young Indian men -- Who shot the sheriff : storytelling, Indian identity, and the marketplace of masculinity in D'Arcy McNickle's The surrounded -- Text, lines, and videotape : reinventing oral stories as written poems -- The existential surfboard and the dream of balance, or "To be there, no authority to anything" : the poetry of Ray A. Young Bear -- The reinvention of restless young men : storytelling and poetry in Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony and Thomas King's Medicine River -- Material choices : American fictions and the post-canon.