Blood narrative : indigenous identity in American Indian and Maori literary and activist texts / Chadwick Allen
- Allen, Chadwick
- Durham : Duke University Press, 2002.
- Physical Description:
- x, 308 pages ; 25 cm.
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- New Americanists
- Introduction : marking the indigenous in indigenous minority texts -- A directed self-determination -- A marae on paper : writing a new Maori world in Te ao hou -- Indian truth : debating indigenous identity after Indians in the war -- An indigenous renaissance -- Rebuilding the ancestor : constructing self and community in the Maori renaissance -- Blood/land/memory : narrating indigenous identity in the American Indian renaissance -- Conclusion : declaring a Fourth World.
- American literature—Indian authors—History and criticism
- New Zealand literature—Maori authors—History and criticism
- Comparative literature—American and New Zealand
- Comparative literature—New Zealand and American
- Maori (New Zealand people)—Intellectual life
- Indians of North America—Intellectual life
- Indian activists—Intellectual life
- Identity (Psychology) in literature
- Indigenous peoples in literature
- Group identity in literature
- 0822329298 (cloth : alk. paper)
0822329476 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -300) and index.
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