This volume reveals the insights and aesthetics of Ortiz's indigenous lens.
Subjects: American IndiansLiterary Criticism
"This book is about the ways that the how of the story and the what of the story are intertwined."--from the Introduction
Subjects: American IndiansLiterary CriticismLanguage/LinguisticsAnthropology
Speak Like Singing honors talk-song visions for all relatives and seeks to plumb, if not to reconcile, Native and American poetics, tribal chorus, and solitary vision.
Subjects: Literary CriticismAmerican Indians
How six Latina authors, whose works combine autobiography and fiction, use this technique to heal from personal and political trauma.
Subjects: Literary CriticismLatin America
Interviews with major Chicana/o authors are the basis for this examination of the commonality of issues in the work of each of them.
Subjects: Chicana and ChicanoLiterary Criticism
A study of Native literature from the perspective of national sovereignty and self-determination.
In this examination of Chicano/a literature, Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez analyzes the ways it connects with and is shaped by the interaction with its audiences.
Subjects: Literary CriticismChicana and ChicanoCultural Studies
An exciting collection of new essays on the work of the outstanding American Indian woman writer.
Elucidates the clear mark that Native American literature, culture, and oral-poetic traditions have left on five centuries of British and American literature.
Subjects: American IndiansLiterary CriticismCultural Studies
Explores issues of ethnicity, gender, and sexuality in nine recent novels by U.S. Latina/o writers.