That the People Might Live Native American Literatures and Native American Community


In this book Jace Weaver takes Native American literature as a resource for reflection on Native American values and spirituality. In one of the broadest critical readings of Native American literature to date, Weaver examines 17 Native American authors, ranging in time from 1768 to the present, in terms of their relationship to Native American community, cultures, and religious traditions. He sees in their work an activist commitment to the survival of Native community that sets their writings apart from the national literature of the United States.

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