|Title||The Contemporary Indian Romance: A Review Essay|
|Created by:||Peter G. Beidler, Richard Olstein, Karen L. Atkiss, Brian R. Bankoski, Kristie M. Immordino, Cristel Shea, Jennifer Gentile, Melissa M. Hantak, Debra Schwartzberg, Jian Shi, Nicole D. Matson, Elizabeth Rigney, Peter G. Beidler, Kiersten Mitchell, et. al|
|Description:||Comments on the influence Native American pulp fiction novels have on mainstream American perceptions.
Book reviews of:
Forbidden Fires by Madeline Baker.
Lacey's Way by Madeline Baker.
Love in the Wind by Madeline Baker.
Winter Wolf's Woman by Karen A. Bale.
Sioux Splendor by F. Rosanne Bittner.
Gentle Savage by Kathleen Drymon.
Savage Bliss by Cassie Edwards.
Savage Dream by Cassie Edwards.
Sand in the Wind by Kathleen O'Neal Gear.
Cherish the Dream by Kathleen Harrington.
Wyoming Star by Elisabeth MacDonald.
Cheyenne Sunrise by Constance O'Banyon.
A Wilder Love by Laura Parker.
This Wild Heart by Patricia Pellicane.
Apache Bride by Joanne Redd.
Sun God by Nan Ryan.
Stormwalker by Bronwyn Williams.
|Citation:||American Indian Culture and Research Journal, Vol. 15, No. 4, 1991, pp. 97-126.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Cross-Cultural Relations
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