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From:The Review of Contemporary Fiction (Vol. 13, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedWilliam T. Vollmann encounter with himself during the writing of his 'Seven Dreams' series is best represented in the third installment, 'The Rifles.' The various entities of the character John Franklin reflect the...
From:The American Indian Quarterly (Vol. 21, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedThe character of Coyote in Thomas King's 'Green Grass, Running Water,' functions as a cosmic trickster who encourages readers to consider how interpretations of the world are shaped by colonial influences. This role of...
From: American Indian Quarterly[(essay date summer 1998) In the following essay, Smith explores the role of Coyote as a postmodern trickster in Green Grass, Running Water.] [T]rickster stories point to the way ordinary, conventional reality is an...
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