Louis Owens : literary reflections on his life and work / edited by Jacquelyn Kilpatrick

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Subjects: Tricksters in literature
Indians in literature
Owens, Louis--Criticism and interpretation
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, c2004
Series: American Indian literature and critical studies series v. 46
LC Classification: P, PS
Physical Description: viii, 257 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Table of Contents: List of abbreviations 2
Introduction / Jacquelyn Kilpatrick 3
5 Canadas / Neil Harrison 18
1. Outside shadow : a conversation with Louis Owens / A. Robert Lee 20
2. Taking back the bones : Louis Owens's "post"-colonial fiction / Jacquelyn Kilpatrick 53
3. Crossreading texts, crossreading identity : hybridity, diaspora, and transculturation in Louis Owens's Mixedblood messages / Elvira Pulitano 79
4. Moving in place : Dark river and the "new" Indian novel / Susan Bernardin 103
5. Re-storying the West : race, gender, and genre in Nightland / Linda Lizut Helstern 119
6. Secularizing mythological space in Louis Owens's Dark river / Gretchen Ronnow 139
7. Louis Owens's representations of working-class consciousness / Renny Christopher 154
8. Wolfsong and Pacific refrains / John Purdy 175
9. Not the call of the wild : the idea of wilderness in Louis Owens's Wolfsong and Mixedblood messages / David Brande 195
10. The ludic violence of Louis Owens's The sharpest sight / Paul Beekman Taylor 214
11. "You got to fish ever goddamn day" : the importance of hunting and fishing through I hear the train / Jesse Peters 224
Works Louis Owens 243
List of contributors 249
Index 251
Additional Authors: Kilpatrick, Jacquelyn, 1950-
Notes: LCCN: 2003065023
ISBN: 0806135875 (alk. paper)
"Works of Louis Owens": p. [243]-248
Includes bibliographical references and index
OCLC Number: 53044896
ISBN/ISSN: 0806135875