Table of contents for Transatlantic voices : interpretations of Native North American literatures / edited by Elvira Pulitano.

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Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
 Elvira Pulitano, California Polytechnic State University
Part 1. Theoretical Crossings	000
1. "They Have Stories, Don't They?": Some Doubts Regarding an Overused 
Theorem	000
 Hartwig Isernhagen, Universitat Basel
2. Plotting History: The Function of History in Native North American 
Literature	000
 Bernadette Rigal-Cellard, Universite Michel de 
MontaigneBordeaux 3
3. Transculturality and Transdifference: The Case of Native America
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 Helmbrecht Breinig, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg
Part 2. From Early Fiction to Recent Directions	000
4. American Indian Novels of the 1930s: John Joseph Mathews's Sundown 
and D'Arcy McNickle's Surrounded	000
 Gaetano Prampolini, Universita di Firenze
5. Transatlantic Crossings: New Directions in the Contemporary Native 
American Novel	000
 Brigitte Georgi-Findlay, Technische Universitat Dresden
Part 3. Trauma, Memory, and Narratives of Healing	000
6. Of Time and Trauma: The Possibilities for Narrative in Paula Gunn 
Allen's The Woman Who Owned the Shadows	000
 Deborah L. Madsen, Universite de Geneve
7. "Keep Wide Awake in the Eyes": Seeing Eyes in Wendy Rose's Poetry
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 Kathryn Napier Gray, University of Plymouth
8. Anamnesiac Mappings: National Histories and Transnational Healing in 
Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead	000
 Rebecca Tillett, University of East Anglia
Part 4. Comparative Mythologies, Transatlantic Journeys	000
9. Vizenor's Trickster Theft: Pretexts and Paratexts of Darkness in 
Saint Louis Bearheart	000
 Paul Beekman Taylor, Universite de Geneve
10. "June Walked over It like Water and Came Home": Cross-Cultural 
Symbolism in Louise Erdrich's Love Medicine and Tracks	000
 Mark Shackleton, University of Helsinki
11. Encounters across Time and Space: The Sacred, the Profane, and the 
Political in Linda Hogan's Power	000
Yonka Krasteva, University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
12. Double Translation: James Welch's Heartsong of Charging Elk	000
 Ulla Haselstein, Freie Universitat Berlin
13. Clown, Indians, and Poodles: Spectacular Others in Louis Owens's I 
Hear the Train	000
 Simone Pellerin, Universite Paul-ValeryMontpellier III
14. Oklahoma International: Jim Barnes, Poetry, and the Sites of 
Imagination	000
A. Robert Lee, Nihon University, Tokyo
List of Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American fiction -- Indian authors -- History and criticism.
Criticism -- Europe.
Characters and characteristics in literature.
Indians of North America -- Intellectual life.
Indians in literature.