Savagism and civilization: a study of the Indian and the American mind

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Johns Hopkins Press, 1953 - Literary Criticism - 260 pages
This is a book about a belief. The author recounts how it was and what it meant for civilized men to believe that in the savage and his destiny there was manifest all that they had long grown away from and yet still had to overcome.

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Contents

Foreword
1
The Life and Death of the American Savage
51
Idea of Savagism
76
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