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Author Anderson, Eric G
Title American Indian Literature and the Southwest
Imprint Austin : University of Texas Press, 1999
©1999
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Note Intro -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction. Migration and Displacement in the American Southwest -- 1. Mobile Homes: Migration and Resistance in American Indian Literature -- 2. Unsettling Frontiers: Billy the Kid and the Outlaw Southwest -- 3. Outlawing Apaches: Geronimo and Jason Betzinez -- 4. Photography as Resistance in Almanac of the Dead -- 5. Indian Detours, or, Where the Indians Aren't: Management and Preservation in the Euro-American Southwest -- 6. Driven to Extraction: McTeague in the Desert -- 7. Mary Austin, Sarah Winnemucca, and the Problems of Authority -- 8. Cleaning out the House: Tom Outland, Dead Indians, and the First World War -- 9. Krazy Kat I: Contexts and Crossings -- 10. Krazy Kat II: Navajo Aesthetics -- Conclusion: Cross-Purposes and Purposeful Crossings
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Anderson, Eric G. American Indian Literature and the Southwest Austin : University of Texas Press,c1999 9780292704893
Subject American literature -- Indian authors -- History and criticism.;Indians of North America -- Southwestern States -- Intellectual life.;American literature -- Southwestern States -- History and criticism.;American literature -- Southwest, New -- History and criticism.;Indians in literature.;Southwestern States -- In literature.;Southwest, New -- In literature
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