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All our stories are here : critical perspectives on Montana literature / edited by Brady Harrison.

Contributor(s): Harrison, Brady, 1963-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2009Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 271 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780803222779; 0803222777.Subject(s): American literature -- Montana -- History and criticism | Authors, American -- Homes and haunts -- MontanaAdditional physical formats: Print version:: All our stories are here.DDC classification: 810.9/9786 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Burning Montana : Richard Ford's Wildlife and regional crisis / Tamas Dobozy -- All my stories are here : four Montana poets / Roger Dunsmore -- West of Éire : Butte's Irish ethos / Matthew L. Jockers -- Home on the range : Montana romances and geographies of hope / Nancy Cook -- Feminism and postmodernism in the New West : Mary Blew and Montana women's writing since 1990 / William W. Bevis -- West of desire : queer ambivalence in Montana literature / Karl Olson -- "Just regular guys" : homophobia, the code of the West, and constructions of male identity in Thomas Savage and Annie Proulx / O. Alan Weltzien -- "He never wanted to forget it" : contesting the idea of history in D'Arcy McNickle's The surrounded / Jim Rains -- A haunted nation : cultural narratives and the persistence of the indigenous subject in James Welch's The heartsong of Charging Elk / Andrea Opitz -- "I have had some satisfactory times" : the Yellowstone Kelly novels of Peter Bowen / Gregory L. Morris -- Richard Hugo's Montana poems : blue collars, Indians, and tough style / Steve Davenport -- Semicolonial moments : the history and influence of the University of Montana creative writing program / Lois M. Welch.
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"Select bibliography of Montana writing": pages 241-251.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Burning Montana : Richard Ford's Wildlife and regional crisis / Tamas Dobozy -- All my stories are here : four Montana poets / Roger Dunsmore -- West of Éire : Butte's Irish ethos / Matthew L. Jockers -- Home on the range : Montana romances and geographies of hope / Nancy Cook -- Feminism and postmodernism in the New West : Mary Blew and Montana women's writing since 1990 / William W. Bevis -- West of desire : queer ambivalence in Montana literature / Karl Olson -- "Just regular guys" : homophobia, the code of the West, and constructions of male identity in Thomas Savage and Annie Proulx / O. Alan Weltzien -- "He never wanted to forget it" : contesting the idea of history in D'Arcy McNickle's The surrounded / Jim Rains -- A haunted nation : cultural narratives and the persistence of the indigenous subject in James Welch's The heartsong of Charging Elk / Andrea Opitz -- "I have had some satisfactory times" : the Yellowstone Kelly novels of Peter Bowen / Gregory L. Morris -- Richard Hugo's Montana poems : blue collars, Indians, and tough style / Steve Davenport -- Semicolonial moments : the history and influence of the University of Montana creative writing program / Lois M. Welch.

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Brady Harrison is a professor of English at the University of Montana. He is the author of Agent of Empire: William Walker and the Imperial Self in American Literature and the editor of a scholarly edition of Richard Harding Davis's Soldiers of Fortune . <br> Contributors: William W. Bevis, Nancy Cook, Steve Davenport, Tamas Dobozy, Roger Dunsmore, Brady Harrison, Matthew Jockers, Gregory L. Morris, Karl Olson, Andrea Opitz, Jim Rains, Lois Welch, and O. Alan Weltzien

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