Nothing but the Truth An Anthology of Native American Literature

ISBN-10: 0130116424

ISBN-13: 9780130116420

Edition: 2001

Authors: John L. Purdy, James Ruppert

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For courses in Native American Literature, Freshman Composition, History of Native Americans, and American Literary Survey. This anthology includes some of the best and class-tested works of Native American Literaturewith a good representation of major authors, geographic dispersion, gender balance, and a variety of genres. Its illustrative and popular material promotes meaningful interaction among students, and a deeper appreciation of different themes and approaches. Complete works that have become classics in the field, combined with ones from the modern era, make this collection rich in historical and theoretical context.
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List price: $140.20
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 8/16/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 640
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.002
Language: English

Postmodernism, Native American Literature and the Real: The Silko-Erdrich Controversy
(Crow Creek Dakota) The American Indian Fiction Writers: Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, the Third World, and First Nation Sovereignty
(Sioux) Indian Humor
(Ohiyesa), (Sioux) The Ghost Dance War
(Laguna Pueblo, Sioux) The Sacred Hoop: A Contemporary Perspective
(Kiowa) The Man Made of Words
Decolonializing Criticism: Reading Dialects and Dialogues in Native American Literatures
(Acoma Pueblo) Towards a National Indian Literature: Cultural Authenticity in Nationalism
(Osage) History, Myth, and Identity Among Osages and Other Peoples
The Woman Who Loved a Snake: Orality in Mabel McKay's Stories
(Laguna Pueblo) Language and Literature from a Pueblo Perspective An Old-Time Indian Attack Conducted in Two Parts: Part One; Imitation "Indian"
Poems/Part Two;Gary Snyder's Turtle Island
Introduction: Only the Beginning
The Approximate Size of My Favorite Tumor
This is What it Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona
(Mohawk) Swimming Upstream
(Crow Creek Dakota) A Good Chance The Power of Horses
(Anishinaabe) The Red Convertible
(Onondaga) Unfinished Business
(Cherokee) Aunt Parnetta's Electric Blisters
(Laguna Pueblo, Sioux) Deer Woman
(Anishinaabe) Sleeping in Rain
Aunt Moon's Young Man
(Mohawk) As It Was in the Beginning
(Cherokee) Borders A Seat in the Garden
(M�tis) The Hawk is Hungry
(Anishinaabe) Veterans' Dance
(Acoma Pueblo) The Killing of a State Cop
(Choctaw, Cherokee) Blessed Sunshine
(Osage) Report to the Nation: Repossessing Europe
(Miwok-Pomo) How I Got to Be Queen
(Laguna Pueblo) The Man to Send Rain Clouds
Tony's Story
Yellow Woman
(Koyukon Athabaskan) The Disposal of Mary Joe's Children
(Navajo) All the Colors of Sunset
(Pawnee-Otoe) The Warriors
(Gertrude Bonnin), (Sioux) The Soft-Hearted Sioux
(Spokane, Coeur d'Alene) 13/16 The Business of Fancydancing
Capital Punishment
Defending Walt Whitman
The Exaggeration of Despair
How to Write the Great American Indian Novel
Crazy Horse Speaks
(Laguna Pueblo, Sioux) Dear World
A Gathering of Spirits Soundings
(Anishinaabe) Living History
Rewriting Your Life
Rituals, Yours;and Mine
Where I was That Day
(Mohawk) Bear: A Totem Dance as Seen by Raven
The Old Man's Lazy
To-ta Ti-om
Reflections on Milkweed
(Abenaki) Above the Line
Blessing the Waters
Red Blood: Chiapas, 1998
(Menominee) Today Was a Bad Day Like TB
(Tlingit) Salmon Egg Puller; $15 an Hour
(Anishinaabe) Captivity
Indian Boarding School: The Runaways
Old Man Potchikoo
Dear John Wayne
Turtle Mountain Reservation
She Had Some Horses
I Give You Back
Call It Fear
Eagle Poem
The Woman Hanging from the Thirteenth Floor Window
The Woman Who Fell from the Sky
(Chickasaw) Blessing
Song for My Name
Celebration: Birth of a Colt
The New Apartment, Minneapolis
The Truth Is
Elk Song
It Must Be
Morning: The World in the Lake
(Mohawk) Akwesasne
They Tell Me I Am Lost
Wild Strawberry
Wolf "Aunt."
(Anishinaabe) Who Am I
(Kiowa) Angle of Geese
The Bear
At Risk
December 29, 1980: Wounded Knee Creek
The Colors of the Night
The Eagle-Feather Fan
(Acoma Pueblo) Bend in the River
The Creation, According to Coyote
Dry Root in a Wash
My Father's Song
A Story of How a Wall Stands
The Boy and Coyote
(Osage) And Don't Be Deaf to the Singing Beyond
Driving in Oklahoma
In Kansas
An Eagle Nation
What the Eagle Fan Says
Wazhazhe Grandmother
(Miwok-Hopi) I Expected My Skin and My Blood to Ripen
If I Am Too Brown or Too White for You
Three Thousand Dollar Death Song
(Laguna Pueblo) Indian Song: Survival Untitled
Untitled, From Ceremony
Story from Bear County
Toe'osh: A Laguna Coyote Story
When Sun Came to Riverwoman)
(Koyukon Athabaskan) Good Grease
The Last Wolf
There is No Word for Goodbye
(Navajo) Blue Horses Rush In
In Praise of Texas
Light a Candle
Raisin Eyes
(Black Feet-Gros Ventre) Christmas Comes to Moccasin Flat Surviving
Thanksgiving at Snake Butte
Snow Country Weavers
Riding the Earthboy 40
(Oneida) Dream of Rebirth
For Heather, Entering Kindergarten
In the Longhouse, Oneida Museum
Black Eagle Child Quarterly
(Mesquakie) The First Dimension of Skunk
Winter of the Salamander
The Language of Weather
Morning Talking Mother
The Significance of a Water Animal
Nothing Could Take Away the Bear-King's Image
(Anishinaabe) Harold of Orange: A Screenplay
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