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American Indian rhetorics of survivance : word medicine, word magic / edited by Ernest Stromberg

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Stromberg, Ernest  Search this
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viii, 286 p. ; 23 cm
United States
Rhetoric and American Indians : an introduction / Ernest Stromberg -- Red Jacket's rhetoric : postcolonial persuasions on the Native frontiers of the early American Republic / Matthew Dennis -- (Native) American jeremiad : the "mixedblood" rhetoric of William Apess / Patricia Bizzell -- "Forked justice" : Elias Boudinot, the US Constitution, and Cherokee removal / Angela Pulley Hudson -- Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins : her wrongs and claims / Malea D. Powell -- Resistance and mediation : the rhetoric of irony in Indian boarding school narratives by Francis La Flesche and Zitkala-Sa / Ernest Stromberg -- Sundance behind bars : the rhetoric of Leonard Peltier's prison writings / Janna Knittel -- De-assimilation as the need to tell : Native American writers, Bakhtin, and autobiography / Holly L. Baumgartner -- Inside the circle, outside the circle : the continuance of Native American storytelling and the development of rhetorical strategies in English / Karen A. Redfield -- Critical tricksters : race, theory, and old Indian legends / Robin Derosa -- Communicating history : James Welch's Killing Custer and the cultural translation of the Battle of the Little Bighorn / Anthony G. Murphy -- The world made visible : Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the dead / Ellen L. Arnold -- American Indian sovereignty : now you see it, now you don't / Peter D'errico -- Wennebojo meets a "real Indian" / Richard Clark Eckert
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