Table of Contents:
- Introduction / Harold Bloom
- The stories we tell: Louise Erdrich's identity narratives / E. Shelley Reid
- "Thinking like an Indian": exploring American Indian views of American history / Frederick E. Hoxie
- Falls of desire/leaps of faith: religious syncretism in Louise Erdrich's and Joy Harjo's "mixed-blood" poetry / Sheila Hassell Hughes
- Bear, outlaw, and storyteller: American frontier mythology and the ethnic subjectivity of N. Scott Momaday / Jason W. Stevens
- The approximate size of his favorite humor: Sherman Alexie's comic connections and disconnections in The Lone Ranger and Tonto fistfight in heaven / Joseph L. Coulombe
- Revolutionary enunciatory spaces: ghost dancing, transatlantic travel, and modernist arson in Gardens in the dunes / A.M. Regier
- Zitkala-Ša and the problem of regionalism: nations, narratives, and critical traditions / Gary Totten
- Poem and tale as double helix in Joy Harjo's A map to the next world / Angelique V. Nixon
- Oral narrative and Ojibwa story cycles in Louise Erdrich's The birchbark house and The game of silence / Elizabeth Gargano
- Extending root and branch: community regeneration in the petitions of Samson Occom / Caroline Wigginton
- Writing for connection: cross-cultural understanding in James Welch's historical fiction / Joseph L. Coulombe.
- Item content: English
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
- 1 online resource (vi, 285 pages).
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- PS153.I52 N388 2010eb
- 9781438134390 (electronic bk.)
1438134398 (electronic bk.)
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- EBC547846 (source: MiAaPQ)