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Issue Details: First known date: 2011... 2011 Going Places, Going Native
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    y separately published work icon Identity In Place : Contemporary Indigenous Fiction by Women Writers in The United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Paula Anca Farca , New York (State) : Peter Lang , 2011 Z1828709 2011 multi chapter work criticism This work analyses the role of place and its cultural significance in the fiction of eight contemporary Indigenous women writers from the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It addresses how the places Indigenous people go to and imagine reveal the cultural directions toward which Indigenous people are moving and the changes that in their traditions. Further, it reveals how Indigenous people survive in a postcolonial world, heal, regain homes and rituals, and subsequently build new homes and create new traditions. (Source: Peter Lang website) New York (State) : Peter Lang , 2011 pg. 113-134
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