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by Leslie Marmon Silko

A collection of stories and poetry, some autobiographical.

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He Said / She Said: Writing Oral Tradition in John Gunn’s “Ko-pot Ka-nat” and Leslie Silko’s Storyteller
“As I hope to show, one of the major differences between the personae of [John] Gunn and Silko as storytellers-in-print has less to do with the sources of story than with divergent assumptions regarding the function of storytelling–assumptions that preshape significant differences in the structural and thematic elements of the resultant texts.”
Contains: Content Analysis, Bibliography
Author: Robert M. Nelson
From: Studies in American Indian Literatures 5.1 (Spring 1993): 31-50.

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