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    (Re)Invention And Contextualization In Contemporary Native American Fiction
       
    By Wendy J. Rohrbacher, 1999. Masters Thesis presented to the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alaska, Anchorage. "Contemporary Native American authors and critics are retelling, reorganizing, and re-evaluating traditional tribal stories in order to assert a communally ascribed identity that accurately portrays today's Indian. These new stories seek to break down the signs and artifacts of the white man's Indian and replace them with signs of a vibrant and thriving culture."
    (Re)Invention And Contextualization In Contemporary Native American Fiction
       
    by Wendy J. Rohrbacher; Masters Thesis presented to the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alaska Anchorage.
    Contemporary Native American authors and critics are retelling, reorganizing, and re-evaluating traditional tribal stories in order to assert a communally ascribed identity that accurately portrays today's Indian. These new stories seek to break down the signs and artifacts of the white man's Indian and replace them with signs of a vibrant and thriving culture.




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