Chapter Five: Re-place That Monument

Horne, Dee
January 1999
Contemporary American Indian Writing: Unsettling Literature;1999, p85
Book Chapter
Chapter 5 of the book “Contemporary American Indian Writing: Unsettling Literature” is presented. The chapter examines the book Slash, written by Okanagan author Jeannette Armstrong. This fictional narrative explores settler histories and contributes to the social memories of American Indians. The book depicts how Armstrong and the Okanagan community reject cultural imperialism through the revision of their educational curriculum.


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