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Reservation Blues

  Reservation Blues Cari Gilkison, English 575: Post-Colonial Literature, Winter 1997 Reservation Blues by Sherman Alexie shows that there is no hope for Native Americans to redress the effects of colonization.  Alexie feels that there is no hope of ever … Continue reading

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House of the Spirits as a Magical Realism Feminist Novel

House of the Spirits as a Magical Realism Feminist Novel Voice and Narrative Cari Gilkison, Winter 1997   The House of the Spirits is a Magical Realist Feminist Novel.  There is no debate on the presence of Magical Realism, but … Continue reading

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