We have a commonalty and a common dream: the indigenous North American novel in the 1990s

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Peter Lang, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 244 pages
Born out of the clash between oral traditions and Western literary standards, Native American fiction has grown into a unique and distinct art form. Aboriginal writers merge native and non-native elements and talk to a multicultural audience. Based on six

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Contents

PARTI
11
Audiences Roles and Objectives of Native American Novels
48
Analyzing Native American Novels
54
Copyright

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