restricted access   Volume 18, Number 3, Fall 2006

Table of Contents

From: Studies in American Indian Literatures

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Special Issue: Remembering James Welch

Guest Editor: Kathryn W. Shanley

Circling Back, Closing In: Remembering James Welch

pp. 3-13
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The Pleasure of His Company

pp. 14-26
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A Generous Friend

pp. 27-29
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Missoula Remembers James Welch

pp. 30-32
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Backed into the Wind, Clean-Limbed and Patient

pp. 33-35
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Missing Jim

pp. 36-38
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Finding an Indian Poet

pp. 39-40
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Happiness That Sleeps with Sadness

pp. 41-42
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A Tribute to James Welch

pp. 43-45
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Trickster of Literacy

pp. 46-48
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Remembering James Welch's Poetry

pp. 49-51
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Keening Woman and Today: James Welch's Early Unpublished Novel

pp. 52-57
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The Strength of Native Women in James Welch's Winter in the Blood

pp. 58-66
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Transmitted Trauma and "Absent Memory" in James Welch's The Death of Jim Loney

pp. 67-81
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"There Is a Right Way"

pp. 82-89
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Closure in James Welch's Fools Crow

pp. 90-97
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"The Primitive Has Escaped Control": Narrating the Nation in The Heartsong of Charging Elk

pp. 98-106
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