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Bibliography of Publications about Richard Wagamese

Aurylaite, Kristina. “Living racial b/order in First Nations Canadian Novels: Richards Wagamese’s  Keeper ‘n Me and Lee Maracle’s Raven Song.”  Journal of Borderlands Studies 25:1 (2010) 81-98.

Eigenbrod, Renate. “The ‘Look of Recognition’: Transcultural Circulation of Trauma.” Canadian Literature 215 (2013) 16-32.

Kaye, Frances W. “Richard Wagamese: An Ojibway in Alberta.”  Wild Words: Essays on Alberta Literature. Eds. Donna Coates & George Melnyk.  Edmonton: Athabasca University Press, 2009.

Robinson, Jack. “ReStorying the Colonial Landscape: Richard Wagamese’s Indian Horse.”  Studies in Canadian Literature 38:2 (2013)  88-105.

Ruffo, Armand Garner. “Why Native Literature.” The American Indian Quarterly 231:4 (1997) 663-73.

Schorcht, Blanca. “Story Words: An Interview  with Richard Wagamese.”  Studies in American Indian Literature 20:3 (2008)  745-91.

Thom, Jo-Ann. “The Effect of Reader Response on the Development of Aboriginal Literature in Canada: A  Study of Maria Campbell’s Halfbreed, Beatrice Culleton’s
In Search of April Raintree, and Richard Wagamese’s Keeper ‘n Me.” Critical Essays section  In Search of April Raintree by Beatrice Culleton Mosionier, ed. Cheryl Suzack. Winnipeg: Portage & Main Press, 1999.

White, Frederick H. “Language Reflection and Lamentation in Native American Literature.” Studies in American Indian Literature 18:1 (2006) 83-98.

See also:
Armstrong, Jolene. ed. Maria Campbell: Essays on Her Works. Toronto: Guernica Editions, 2012.

Lindberg, Tracey & David Brundage. eds. Daniel David Moses: Spoken and Written Explorations of His Works. Toronto: Guernica Editions, 2015.

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