Volume 16, Number 4, Winter 2004

Table of Contents

From: Studies in American Indian Literatures

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Special Issue: In Honor of Simon J. Ortiz

Guest Editor: Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez

Introduction: "A Spring Wind Rising. .. Listen. You Can Hear It"

pp. 3-8
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Excerpt from "Children of Fire, Children of Water: Memory and Trauma"

pp. 9-11
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An Interview with Simon Ortiz: July 14, 1988

pp. 12-19
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Simon Ortiz and the Lyricism of Continuance: "For the Sake of the People, For the Sake of the Land"

pp. 20-28
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Maps of the Universe

pp. 29-33
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"The story goes its own way": Ortiz, Nationalism, and the Oral Poetics of Power

pp. 34-46
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Poetry Can Be All This: All of You, All of Me, All of Us

pp. 47-50
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The Stories He Lives By

pp. 51-53
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"It was that Indian": Simon Ortiz, Activist Poet

pp. 54-56
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The Challenge of Speaking First

pp. 57-60
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"Story Speaks for Us": Centering the Voice of Simon Ortiz

pp. 61-67
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A "Touching Man" Brings Aacqu Close

pp. 68-78
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Resistance and Continuance through Cultural Connections in Simon J. Ortiz's Out There Somewhere

pp. 79-88
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Morning Star Song

pp. 89-92
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The Work That Must Be Done

pp. 93-95
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Revisiting the Regenerative Possibilities of Ortiz

pp. 96-98
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Tribute to Simon J. Ortiz

pp. 99-100
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Prairie Songs and Poor Prayers

pp. 101-102
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Telling Our Daughters

pp. 103-107
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Many Thanks, Simon, for a Wonderful Gift

pp. 108-109
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Contributor Biographies

pp. 111-115
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