Native-American Literature A Brief Introduction and Anthology

ISBN-10: 0673469786

ISBN-13: 9780673469786

Edition: 1995 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)

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Book details

List price: $84.40
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 1/7/1997
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.342

Poet and novelist Ismael Reed was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on February 22, 1938 and grew up in Buffalo, New York. After attending the State University of New York at Buffalo, he moved to New York City, where he became a co-founder of the East Village Other, a journal of experimental writing. From New York, he moved to Berkeley, California, and started the Yardbird Publishing Company. Reed's fiction draws upon myth, magic, and ritual to produce a literature that attempts to be larger than life. He has been called an ironist, whose explorations of United States history in general and African American history in particular reveal deep scars in the culture that no amount of technology can heal. Reed tries to incorporate multimedia and nonlinear techniques into his writing style. He has defended his eclectic techniques with spirit, however: "Many people call my fiction muddled, crazy, incoherent because I've attempted in fiction the techniques and forms painters, dancers, film makers, musicians in the West have taken for granted for at least 50 years, and the artists of many other cultures, for thousands of years." His other published books include: six collections of poetry, including: New and Collected Poems, 1964-2007; eight collections of essays, most recently Barack Obama and the Jim Crow Media: The Return of the Nigger Breakers (2010); Gethsemane Park; The Reed Reader (2000); Blues City: A Walk in Oakland (2003); and six plays, collected by Dalkey Archive Press as Ishmael Reed, The Plays (2009).

Foreword by Ishmael Reed
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
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
Drama
Foghorn, Hanay Geiogamah
Bibliography
Alternative Table of Contents by Theme
Index of Authors, Titles, and First Lines of Poetry
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