Studies in American Indian Literatures 18:3

Studies in American Indian Literatures 18:3

Edited by Malea Powell

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Table Of Contents

Special Issue: Remembering James Welch

Circling Back, Closing In: Remembering James Welch
Kathryn W. Shanley

The Pleasure of His Company
Lois M. Welch

A Generous Friend
Ripley Hugo

Missoula Remembers James Welch
Debra Magpie Earling

Backed into the Wind, Clean-Limbed and Patient
Deirdre McNamer

Missing Jim
Neil McMahon

Finding an Indian Poet
Simon L. Ortiz

Happiness That Sleeps with Sadness
David L. Moore

A Tribute to James Welch
William Wetzel

Trickster of Literacy
Steve Hawley

Remembering James Welch’s Poetry
Gail Tremblay

Keening Woman and Today: James Welch’s Early Unpublished Novel
Thomas Orton

The Strength of Native Women in James Welch’s Winter in the Blood
Patrice Hollrah
Transmitted Trauma and “Absent Memory” in James Welch’s The Death of Jim Loney
Jennifer Lemberg

“There is a Right Way”
Phillip H. Round

Closure in James Welch’s Fools Crow
Bette Weidman

“The Primitive Has Escaped Control”: Narrating the Nation in The Heartsong of Charging Elk
Andrea Opitz