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Contemporary Aboriginal Literature in North America

15.30 Contemporary Aboriginal Literature in North America

Edited by: Klára Kolinská and Brigitte Georgi-Findlay

Volume: 15
Issue: 30


Klára Kolinská
Introduction: Contemporary Aboriginal Literature in North America – A View from Outside
Thomas Claviez
Cosmopolitanism and its Discontents: The Politics of Sherman Alexie’s Reservation Blues and Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the Dead
Jesús Benito Sánchez , Ana María Manzanas Calvo
Re-Citing Master Narratives: Thomas King’s Green Grass, Running Water and the Politics of Enunciation
Verena Klein
Healing the Native Canadian Soul: Three Accounts of Spiritual Homecoming
Dilek Direnc
From a New Paradise to a New Earth: European Myths and New World Alternatives Converse in Linda Hogan’s Power
Imelda Martín Junquera
From Black Elk Speaks to Lakota Woman: Reflections upon Modern Collaborative Native American Autobiography
Ton Hoenselaars
Shakespeare’s Histories and European Cultural Memory
Martin Procházka
Apocalypticism in American Cultural History 2: Revelations of the Other


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