N. Scott Momaday's Native American Ideology in House Made of Dawn (1968)

N. Scott Momaday's Native American Ideology in House Made of Dawn (1968)

Stylolinguistic Analyses of Defamliarization in Contemporary American Indian Literature

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Part One interprets cultural meanings as revealed in prosodic and temporal phenomena in spoken English discourse data. The emerging theme is the reconstruction of American Indian tribal identities in terms of a newly created intertribal consciousness in an urgan setting. Part Two introduces an ethnography of writing approach not only as a contribution to the intersection of linguistics and literatue in general but as a valid approach to American Indian texts in particular.

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Momaday, N. Scott, 1934-House made of Dawn; American literature, Indian authors, history and criticism

Publisher: Lewiston : Edwin Mellen Press, 2010
ISBN: 9780773418677
0773418679
9780773414198
0773414193
Characteristics: 1 online resource (141 pages)

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