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Bibliography of works about Tomson Highway

Bemrose, J. "Highway of Hope." Maclean’s 102.19 (8 May 1989): 62.

Billingham, Susan. "The Configurations of Gender in Tomson Highway’s ‘Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing.’" Modern Drama 46.3 (Fall 2003): 358-380.

Enright, Robert with Highway, Tomson. "Let Us Now Combine Mythologies: The Theatrical Art of Tomson Highway." Border Crossings 1.4 (December, 1992).

Filewod, Alan. "Receiving Aboriginality: Tomson Highway and the crisis of cultural authenticity." Theatre Journal 46.3 (October 1994): 363.

Hauck, Gerhard. "Roses on the Rez: Chronicle of a Failure?" Canadian Theatre Review 115 (Summer 2003): 47.

Honegger, Gitta. "Native Playwright: Tomson Highway." Theatre 23.1 (Winter 1992): 88.

Imboden, Roberta. "On the Road with Tomson Highway’s Blues Harmonica in ‘Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing.’" Canadian Literature 114 (Spring 1995): 113.

Johnston, Denis W. "Lines and Circles: The ‘Rez’ Plays of Tomson Highway." Canadian Literature 124 & 125 (Spring-Summer 1990): 254.

Mendenhall, Marie. "Tomson Highway." Performing Arts & Entertainment in Canada 33.2 (Autumn 2000): 12.

Methot, Suzanne. "The Universe of Thomson Highway." Quill & Quire 64.11 (November 1998): 1.

Moses, Daniel David. "The Trickster’s Laugh: My Meeting with Tomson and Lenore." American Indian Quarterly 28.1-2 (Winter/Spring 2004): 107.

Usmimani, Renate. "The Bingocentric Worlds of Michel Tremblay and Tomson Highway." Canadian Literature 144 (Spring 1995): 126.

Wigston, Nancy. "Nanabush in the City." Books in Canada 18.2 (March 1989): 7

Updated February 12 2015 by Student & Academic Services

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