Can Indigenous Literature written in the Language of the Colonizer Truly be Considered Indigenous? Mareike Neuhaus offers a fresh approach to this question by uncovering holophrases-or traces of ancestral languages-in the poetry, prose, and other writings of indigenous authors, thereby situating these works as both Indigenous and as part of a rich body of established literatures. Book jacket.
The Decolonizing Poetics of Indigenous Literatures
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