“N. Scott Momaday” surveys Scott Momaday’s literary and fine arts production foregrounding the centrality of a discourse on images and imagination both as an inquiry into Native American traditional cultural and religious practice and as a personal means for the author to identify with his father’s Kiowa traditions and mediate with Angloamerican culture in order to achieve a transnational position

N. Scott Momaday

GIORDANO, Fedora
2007

Abstract

“N. Scott Momaday” surveys Scott Momaday’s literary and fine arts production foregrounding the centrality of a discourse on images and imagination both as an inquiry into Native American traditional cultural and religious practice and as a personal means for the author to identify with his father’s Kiowa traditions and mediate with Angloamerican culture in order to achieve a transnational position
Verso il Millenio. Letteratura statunitense del secondo Novecento.
Casa Editrice Università La Sapienza
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American Literature; Native American Literature
F. GIORDANO
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