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  • Justice, Daniel Heath, author.
     
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  • First Nations -- Literature -- History and criticism.
     
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  • Indigenous authors -- North America -- History and criticism.
     
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  • Indigenous peoples in literature.
     
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  • First Nations -- Representation.
     
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  • North America -- Literatures -- History and criticism.
     
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    Why Indigenous literatures matter / Daniel Heath Justice.
    by Justice, Daniel Heath, author.
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    Waterloo, Ontario, Canada : Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2018.
    Subjects
  • First Nations -- Literature -- History and criticism.
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  • Indigenous authors -- North America -- History and criticism.
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  • Indigenous peoples in literature.
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  • First Nations -- Representation.
  •  
  • North America -- Literatures -- History and criticism.
  • ISBN: 
    9781771121767
    1771121769
    Series: 
    Indigenous studies series.
    Description: 
    xxii, 284 pages : map ; 21 cm.
    Contents: 
    Preface / Notes for the Long Rebellion -- Introduction Stories that Wound, Stories That Heal -- Chapter 1 How Do We Learn to Be Human? -- Chapter 2 How Do We Behave as Good Relatives? -- Chapter 3 How Do We Become Good Ancestors? -- Chapter 4 How Do We Learn to Live Together? -- Chapter 5 Reading the Ruptures -- Conclusion Keeping a Fire -- Appendix / A Year of #HonouringIndigenousWriters -- Bibliographic Essay / Citational Relations.
    Summary: 
    "It's about Indigenous literatures and underscores their significance to Indigenous peoples in the realm of the political, the creative, and the intellectual. It challenges readers to examine their assumptions about Indigenous literatures and at the same time asserts the emotional connections of our shared humanity and the transformative power of story." -- Provided by publisher.
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    Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-264) and index.
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