Yours Mine and Ours Native American Perspectives in Children s Literature Who has the right to write fiction based on Native American culture Yours Mine and Ours is a critical essay examining the attitudes biases and breakthroughs of the Native American experience represe

  • Title: Yours, Mine and Ours: Native American Perspectives in Children's Literature
  • Author: Karen Rae Levine
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  • Page: 368
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  • Who has the right to write fiction based on Native American culture Yours, Mine and Ours is a critical essay examining the attitudes, biases and breakthroughs of the Native American experience represented in children s literature, by Native and Non Native authors Five children s novels with Native American themes, published across the span of fifty years, are examined WWho has the right to write fiction based on Native American culture Yours, Mine and Ours is a critical essay examining the attitudes, biases and breakthroughs of the Native American experience represented in children s literature, by Native and Non Native authors Five children s novels with Native American themes, published across the span of fifty years, are examined White Falcon by Elliot Arnold, The Sign of the Beaver by Elizabeth George Speare, The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich, The Winter People by Joseph Bruchac, and My Heart Is on the Ground by Ann Rinaldi.

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