Michael Loudon (review date Winter 1986)
SOURCE: Review of The People Named Chippewa: Narrative Histories, in World Literature Today, Vol. 60, No. 1, Winter, 1986, p. 160.
[In the review below, Loudon praises The People Named Chippewa as a witty and imaginative discussion of current Native American culture.]
Gerald Vizenor's writing began in a boldly experimental mode and has moved steadily toward more conventional prose, but even in his most recent nonfiction, he has never once left the battlefield of his "word wars." In the...
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