Volume 28, Number 4, Winter 1994

Table of Contents

Essays

Elmer Kelton’s “Other” West

pp. 291-299
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Living In-Between: Tayo as Radical Reader in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony

pp. 301-312
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Annual Bibliography of Studies in Western American Literature

pp. 313-336
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Research in Western American Literature: 1992–93

pp. 337-345
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Notes

p. 347
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Essay Reviews

Nature Power: In the Spirit of an Okanagan Storyteller by Harry Robinson (review)

pp. 349-351
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The Landscape of the Mind: Cultural Transformations of the American West by Richard C. Poulsen, and: The Cowboy: Representations of Labor in an American Work Culture by Blake Allmendinger, and: Kill the Cowboy: A Battle of Mythology in the New West by Sharman Apt Russell (review)

pp. 351-354
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Reviews

This Dancing Ground of Sky: The Selected Poetry of Peggy Pond Church ed. by Renée Gregorio (review)

pp. 355-356
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Mark Twain and the Art of the Tall Tale by Henry B. Wonham (review)

pp. 356-357
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Mythical Trickster Figures: Contours, Contexts, and Criticisms ed. by William J. Hynes, William G. Doty (review)

pp. 357-358
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Narrating Discovery: The Romantic Explorer in American Literature, 1790–1855 by Bruce Greenfield (review)

pp. 358-359
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Jim Thompson: Sleep with the Devil by Michael J. McCauley (review)

pp. 359-360
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Singing an Indian Song: A Biography of D’Arcy McNickle by Dorothy R. Parker (review)

pp. 360-361
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Dead Voices: Natural Agonies in the New World by Gerald Vizenor (review)

pp. 361-362
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Buffalo Nickel by Floyd Salas (review)

pp. 362-363
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Shamans and Kushtakas: North Coast Tales of the Supernatural by Mary Giraudo Beck (review)

pp. 363-364
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A Ballad for Sallie by Judy Alter (review)

pp. 364-365
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Bone by Fae Myenne Ng (review)

pp. 365-366
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Flowers for the Broken by Benjamin Alire Sáenz (review)

pp. 366-367
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Crazy Woman by Kate Horsley (review)

p. 367
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Home Truth by Janis Stout (review)

p. 368
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Due North by Mitchell Smith (review)

pp. 368-369
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Leonor Park by Nash Candelaria (review)

p. 370
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Hank & Chloe by Jo-Ann Mapson (review)

p. 371
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First Horses: Stories of the New West by Robert Franklin Gish (review)

p. 372
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Sáanii Dahataal: The Women Are Singing by Luci Tapahonso (review)

p. 373
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Between Towns by Laurie Kutchins (review)

pp. 373-374
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Pebble Creek by Amil Quayle (review)

pp. 374-375
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Carpal Bones by Margaret Aho (review)

pp. 375-376
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After Henry by Joan Didion (review)

pp. 376-377
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Sex, Death and God in L. A ed. by David Reid (review)

pp. 377-378
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DRINK CULTURA: Chicanismo by Jose Antonio Burciaga (review)

pp. 378-379
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Sheep May Safely Graze: A Personal Essay on Tradition and a Contemporary Sheep Ranch by Louie W. Attebery (review)

pp. 379-380
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They Married Adventure: The Wandering Lives of Martin and Osa Johnson by Pascal James Imperato, Eleanor M. Imperato (review)

pp. 380-381
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Animals of the Soul: Sacred Animals of the Oglala Sioux by Joseph Epes Brown (review)

pp. 381-382
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Yonder: Life on the Far Side of Change by Jim W. Corder (review)

pp. 382-383
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Taos: A Memory by Miriam Hapgood DeWitt (review)

pp. 383-384
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Marietta Wetherill: Reflections on Life with the Navajos in Chaco Canyon ed. by Kathryn Gabriel (review)

pp. 384-385
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Leadville, U. S. A.: An Intimate History of a Colorado Mining Town by Edward B. Larsh, Robert Nichols (review)

pp. 385-386
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Pioneering on the Yukon 1892–1917 by Anna DeGraf (review)

pp. 386-387
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Riding the White Horse Home: A Western Family Album by Teresa Jordan (review)

pp. 387-388
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Being in the World: An Environmental Reader for Writers ed. by Scott H. Slovic, Terrell F. Dixon (review)

pp. 388-389
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Brief Notices

pp. 389-391
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Reprints of Note

pp. 391-392
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Index to Volume XXVIII

pp. 393-399
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