Nineteenth-Century Representations of Native Americans Further Reading - Essay

Further Reading

(Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism)

CRITICISM

Brickhouse, Anna C. “‘I Do Abhor an Indian Story’: Hawthorne and the Allegorization of Racial ‘Commixture.’” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 42, No. 4 (Fourth Quarter 1996): 233-53.

Discusses Hawthorne's discomfort with literary representations of Native Americans.

Fleck, Richard F. “John Muir's Evolving Attitudes Toward Native American Cultures.” American Indian Quarterly 4, No. 1 (February 1978): 19-31.

Traces the evolution of Muir's negative preconceptions about Native Americans into an attitude of sympathetic concern for their plight.

Gemme, Paola....

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