4 edition of American Indian prose and poetry found in the catalog.
First published in 1946 under title: The winged serpent.Bibliography: p. 345-359.
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Walker [Hen-toh] Wyandotwhich contains some interesting character sketches and narratives. Me and Mine 1969narrated by Helen Sekaquaptewa Hopi and written by Louise Udall, typifies the autobiography narrated by the subject to a friend.
From the time Native Americans migrated to this continent, they have created a rich heritage of oral and written literatures. A Yellow Raft on Blue Water 1987 by Michael Dorris Modoc, 1954- also takes the family as its theme. When Western Europeans arrived, 18 million people inhabited native North America and 5 million lived in what is now the United States. He credits this literature with the unique distinction of deriving from and promoting an all-India consciousness—a total vision of Mother India—to the outside world and also before the diverse linguistic groups of the country.
Needless to say, today Indian Literature in English is a well established domain, appreciated the world over for its varieties and qualities. Johnson was also the first Native American Indian prose and poetry woman to publish short fiction.
Also widely praised was his Borned in Texas, produced as Roadside 1930. Native American poets also deal with the problems of identity that mixed-bloods face, the sense of displacement that urban Indians experience, and the injustice inflicted on their people by the dominant society. His The Names 1976 is a more conventional autobiography that also traces his maternal ancestry and describes his childhood. That said, I'll take what I can get and since November is designated Native American Heritage Month, I thought it might be useful to provide a few links--to use this month or any time at all.
Others who wrote autobiographies in the first half of this century include Luther Standing Bear SiouxZitkala-Sa Siouxand FRANCIS LA FLESCHE Omaha. GORDON HENRY DIRECTOR — American Indian prose and poetry Writing Program PROFESSOR — English An Anishinabe poet and novelist, Gordon Henry, Jr. She had some horses who were clay and would break. Among these authors are GEORGE COPWAY OjibwaWilliam Whipple Warren OjibwaPeter Dooyentate Clarke WyandotChief Elias Johnson TuscaroraDavid Cusick Tuscaroraand Chief Andrew J.
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