Native American Literature: An Anthology: An Anthology

by Lawana Trout

McGraw-Hill Education | November 1, 1998 | Other |

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This treasury of literature by Native American authors allows students to listen to the voices from America''s first and oldest literature. More than fifty tribes from the U.S. and Canada are represented, giving readers opportunities to explore the diversity of authors'' experiences through poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, including the oral tradition. Two maps provide geographical context for the readings, one showing tribal locations and the other showing the Trail of Tears.

Format: Other

Dimensions: 544 Pages, 5.91 × 8.66 × 1.57 in

Published: November 1, 1998

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0844259853

ISBN - 13: 9780844259857

Found in: Fiction, Native American

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Native American Literature: An Anthology: An Anthology

Native American Literature: An Anthology: An Anthology

by Lawana Trout

Format: Other

Dimensions: 544 Pages, 5.91 × 8.66 × 1.57 in

Published: November 1, 1998

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0844259853

ISBN - 13: 9780844259857

About the Book

This treasury of literature by Native American authors allows students to listen to the voices from America's first and oldest literature. More than fifty tribes from the U.S. and Canada are represented, giving readers opportunities to explore the diversity of authors' experiences through poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, including the oral tradition. Two maps provide geographical context for the readings, one showing tribal locations and the other showing the Trail of Tears.

Table of Contents

Images and Identities “Reading Poems in Public,” Maurice Kenny “Indians Today, the Real and Unreal,” Vine Deloria, Jr. “For Indians, No Thanksgiving,” Michael Dorris “13/16,” Sherman Alexie “ The Truth Is,” Linda Hogan “Two Lives,” Linda Hogan “Dear John Wayne,” Louise Erdrich “I Am Not a Mascot,” Phillip J. Deloria “Sure You Can Ask Me a Personal Question,” Diane Burns “Plea to Those Who Matter,” James Welch “My Indian Name,” Phil George “Name Giveaway,” Phil George “The Delight Song of Tsoai-talee,” N. Scott Momaday “Adventures of an Indian Princess,” Patricia Riley “What I Am,” Luci Tapahonso The Spirit World/Ceremony “Carriers of the Dream Wheel,” N. Scott Momaday “The Creation,” retold by Harriet Maxwell Converse and Arthur C Parker “Origin of the False Face Company,” collected and edited by Arthur C. Parker “The Origin of the Long House,” collected and edited by Arthur C. Parker “The Council of the Great Peace,” translated by Arthur C. Parker “The Four Worlds,” Hastin Tlo’tsi hee and Aileen O’Bryan “The White Bead Woman’s Marriage with the Sun,” traditional “The Story of the Twin Brothers,” traditional “The Twins Kill the Giant Yeitso,” traditional “The Coming of
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This treasury of literature by Native American authors allows students to listen to the voices from America''s first and oldest literature. More than fifty tribes from the U.S. and Canada are represented, giving readers opportunities to explore the diversity of authors'' experiences through poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, including the oral tradition. Two maps provide geographical context for the readings, one showing tribal locations and the other showing the Trail of Tears.
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