The political arrays of American Indian literary history / James H. Cox
- Cox, James H. (James Howard), 1968-
- Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 
- Physical Description:
- 274 pages ; 22 cm
- Introduction: Political arrays -- Indigenous editing: Gertrude Bonnin, Lee Harkins, and American Indian periodicals -- Transnational representations: Mexico and the Cherokee literary politics of John Milton Oskison and Will Rogers -- A good day to film: Lynn Riggs, Sherman Alexie, and independent Indigenous cinema -- Academic networks: John Joseph Mathews and the politics of Indigenous correspondence -- Crimes against indigeneity: the politics of Native American detective fiction -- Conclusion: Speculative arrays.
- "The Political Arrays of American Indian Literary History examines canonical writers of Native American literature and nonfiction (Riggs, Rogers, Alexie, Thomas King, Silko, Erdrich, and Momaday), hoping to work against what the author considers a "flattening" of the politics of American Indian literary expression by taking into account the historical and political contexts to which American Indian authors respond, the political positions they take in their writing, and the political perspectives that implicitly or explicitly shape scholarship on their work"--
- 9781517906016 hardcover alkaline paper, 1517906016 hardcover alkaline paper, 9781517906023 paperback alkaline paper, and 1517906024 paperback alkaline paper
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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