Ethnocriticism : Ethnography, History, Literature
Ethnocriticism moves cultural critique to the boundaries that exist between cultures. The boundary traversed in Krupat's dexterous new book is the contested line between native and mainstream American literatures and cultures. For over a century the discourses of ethnography, history, and literature have sought to represent the Indian in America. Krupat considers all these discourses and the ways in which Indians have attempted to "write back," producing an oppositional--or at least a parallel--discourse.
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- Arnold Krupat
- Hardback | 225 pages
- 152.4 x 222.25 x 25.4mm | 467g
- Publication date
- 01 Aug 1992
- University of California Press
- Publication City/Country
- Berkerley, United States