9780673469786

Native-American Literature A Brief Introduction and Anthology

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    9780673469786

  • ISBN10:

    0673469786

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1/7/1997
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Table of Contents

Foreword by Ishmael Reed.

I. AUTOBIOGRAPHY.

William Apess, A Son of the Forest.
Preface.

Luther Standing Bear, My People the Sioux.
Preface.
First Days at Carlisle.

Return to White Earth, John Rogers.

The Way to Rainy Mountain, N. Scott Momaday.
Introduction.
The Names.

Measuring My Blood, Gerald Vizenor.

The Little People, Maria Campell.

Motion of Fire and Form, Louis Oweng.
Fiction.

Neon Scars, Wendy Rose.

John Joseph Mathews, The Birth of Challenge.

D'Arcy McNickle, A Different World.

A Good Chance, Elizabeth Cook-Lynn.

The Rise of the Song, N. Scott Momaday.

Heartlines, Gerald Vizenor.

Someday Soon, Paula Gunn Allen.

The Earboy Place, James Welch.

Maydean Joe, Thomas King.

All that Story Back, Leslie Marmon Silko.

The Last Stand, Louis Owens.

In the Hour of the Wolf, Betty Louis Bell.

Moccasins Don't Have High Heels, Lee Ann Howe.

Deer Dance, Evelina Zuni Lucaro.

Lipsha Morrissey, Louise Erdich.

A Matter of Proportion, Kimberly Blaeser.

On the Nature of Music, Authur Boozhoo, Gordon Henry, Jr.

II. POETRY.

There Is No Word for Goodbye, Mary Tall Mountain.

Wild Strawberry, Maurice Kenny.

The Sawdust War, Jim Barnes.
Under the Tent.
The Cabin on Nanny Ridge.

SHEdonism, Diane Glancy.

A Story of How a Wall Stands, Simon Ortiz.
My Father's Song Grief.

Palm Sunday in Pine Ridge, Adrian C. Louis.
In the Ghetto on the Prairie There is Unrequited Love.

The New Apartment, Minneapolis, Linda Hogan.
The Truth Is.
Return: Buffalo.

Star Quilt, Roberta Hill Whiteman.

To Some Few Hopi Ancestors, Wendy Rose.
Is It Crazy to Want to Unravel.
For the White Poets Who Would Be Indian.

Poems for Vietnam, Ray Young Bear.
Coming Back Home.
Winter of the Salamander.

She Had Some Horses, Joy Harjo.

For Lori Tazbah, Luci Tapahonso.
Hills Brothers Coffee.

Indian Boarding School: The Runaways, Louise Erdrich.
Turtle Mountain Reservations.

Before We Knew About Mirrors, Sherman Alexie.
Crazy Horse Speaks.
Robert DeNiro.

III. DRAMA.

Foghorn, Hanay Geiogamah.

Bibliography.

Alternative Table of Contents by Theme.

Index of Authors, Titles, and First Lines of Poetry.

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