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James Ruppert examines contemporary Native American fiction as a means of mediation between cultures, a way to "the contexts and spheres of discourse since it moves from one cultural tradition to another as well a. .

James Ruppert examines contemporary Native American fiction as a means of mediation between cultures, a way to "the contexts and spheres of discourse since it moves from one cultural tradition to another as well as connecting the locutor to the listener (9). He explains: By mediation, I mean an artistic and conceptual standpoint, constantly flexible, which uses the epistemological frameworks

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The Native American in Long Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography: Supplement 1995-2002 (Native American Bibliography Series). Native American Culture (The Native American Sourcebook). Reckonings: Contemporary Short Fiction by Native American Women. Coming of Age in Contemporary American Fiction.

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His published work includes Mediation in Contemporary Native American Fiction, Nothing but the Truth: An Anthology of Native American Literature (with John Purdy), and Our Voices: Native Stories from Alaska and the Yukon.

His published work includes Mediation in Contemporary Native American Fiction, Nothing but the Truth: An Anthology of Native American Literature (with John Purdy), and Our Voices: Native Stories from Alaska and the Yukon. She has published widely in the field of Native American literary criticism on issues of representation of Indians in popular culture, as well as about authors such as James Welch, Maria Campbell, Leslie Marmon Silko, Linda Hogan, Thomas King, and N. Scott Momaday.

Contemporary Native American issues in the United States are issues arising in the late 20th century and early 21st century which affect Native Americans in the United States.

This book is an excellent anthology for undergraduate college classes to introduce the breadth of largely unrecognized Native American fiction. Several nations and belief systems are represented; also, some stories highlight Native interactions with the predominant white culture. It should be in every college library. I requested this book from NetGalley when I was in my Longmire phase this summer. I thought this collecttion of Native American stories seemed really interesting.

Since Native American fiction proliferates after N. Scott Momaday's Way to Rainy Mountain and House Made of.Norman: University of Oklahoma press, 1992. James Ruppert: Mediations in Contemporary Native American Fiction. Scott Momaday's Way to Rainy Mountain and House Made of Dawn in the late sixties, the bulk of the writers on this list are post 1970 and run parallel to the burgeoning of post modernism. Many of them, however, are aesthetically unlike post modern fiction, or approach postmodernist techniques gingerly. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. Gerald Vizenor: Narrative Chance: Postmodern Discourse on Native American Indian Literatures (1989).