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  • Title: Our Fire Survives the Storm: A Cherokee Literary History
  • Author: Daniel Heath Justice
  • ISBN: 9780816646395
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback

  • Our Fire Survives the Storm: A Cherokee Literary History By Daniel Heath Justice Once the most powerful indigenous nation in the southeastern United States, the Cherokees survive and thrive as a people nearly two centuries after the Trail of Tears and a hundred years after the allotment of Indian Territory In Our Fire Survives the Storm, Daniel Heath Justice traces the expression of Cherokee identity in that nation s literary tradition Through cyclesOnce the most powerful indigenous nation in the southeastern United States, the Cherokees survive and thrive as a people nearly two centuries after the Trail of Tears and a hundred years after the allotment of Indian Territory In Our Fire Survives the Storm, Daniel Heath Justice traces the expression of Cherokee identity in that nation s literary tradition Through cycles of war and peace, resistance and assimilation, trauma and regeneration, Cherokees have long debated what it means to be Cherokee through protest writings, memoirs, fiction, and retellings of traditional stories Justice employs the Chickamauga consciousness of resistance and Beloved Path of engagement theoretical approaches that have emerged out of Cherokee social history to interpret diverse texts composed in English, a language embraced by many as a tool of both access and defiance Justice s analysis ultimately locates the Cherokees as a people of many perspectives, many bloods, mingled into a collective sense of nationhood Just as the oral traditions of the Cherokee people reflect the living realities and concerns of those who share them, Justice concludes, so too is their literary tradition a textual testament to Cherokee endurance and vitality Daniel Heath Justice is assistant professor of aboriginal literatures at the University of Toronto.
    Daniel Heath Justice
    Daniel Heath Justice is a U.S born Canadian citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and the author of Our Fire Survives the Storm A Cherokee Literary History 2006 University of Minnesota Press as well as an Indigenous fantasy trilogy, The Way of Thorn Thunder Kynship 2005 , Wyrwood 2006 , and Dreyd 2007 all published by Kegedonce Press He teaches Aboriginal literatures at the University of Toronto.Justice s critical work has often centered around themes of identity, authenticity and decolonisation this has led to his being associated with literary nationalists such as Craig Womack and Jace Weaver His work is known for accessible and enjoyable prose that discusses difficult issues in an approachable manner.

    Our Fire Survives the Storm: A Cherokee Literary History By Daniel Heath Justice

    Commentaires:

    CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
    A passionate and rigorous scholarly look at Cherokee history literatures I ve kind of lost my taste for most of these kinds of books since dropping out of my PhD program, but this is an example of the one of the best of these sorts of works Lots to treasure and think about.

    secondwomn
    clear writing, a wide array of textual analysis, focused perspective an all around recommended critical work.

    Lex
    Um a bit over my head.

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