SACRED HOOP, THE: recovering the feminine in American Indian traditions
Subject: Indian women–United States. American literature–Indian authors–History and criticism. American literature–Women authors–History and criticism. Indians of North America–Intellectual life. Femininity in literature. Native American traditions.
Copyright Year: 1986
Publisher: Beacon Press
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IC Class: E98.W8A44
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