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By Mary Jane Lupton

Via either his fiction and non-fiction writing, James Welch supplies voice to the background, history, and cultural identification of the yankee Indian. This better half offers a desirable exploration of the fellow, his writing, and the effect and impression of his literary output. With info in line with a sequence of private interviews carried out for this booklet, the biographical bankruptcy deals an insightful account of Welch's lifestyles as a Blackfoot Indian, and as a poet and novelist.

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Mitakuye oyasin “includes every human being on this earth, every animal down to the tiniest insect, and every living plant” (Erdoes and Ortiz 1999, xix). In 1999 the concept was cited in an objection to the proposed construction of a hog farm on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. Pigs raised on large farms, one dissenter argued, were subject to physical disorders, misshapen legs, and suffocation. This inhumane treatment of hogs was “in direct contrast to the Lakota belief of ‘mitakuye oyasin’ or ‘all my relations,’—the belief that all life, including the animal world, is related” (Kent, a2).

They burned 51 lodges and shot Chief Black Kettle and his wife, Medicine Woman Later, as they attempted to escape (Welch, Killing Custer 1994, 61–64). ” Ten years later it sent the Seventh Calvary into the Black Hills to guide an expedition of 25,000 miners who had come in search of gold. At that point the video shifts to an almost exclusively Indian perspective that highlights Sitting Bull’s vision of soldiers falling upside down from the sky. It features Crazy Horse, not Custer, as the true hero of the battle.

The literary discourse generated immediate interest in Welch’s novel; it was followed in 1978 with the publication of six of the seminar papers plus two others in a Special Symposium issue of American Indian Quarterly, edited by Peter G. Beidler. These papers are individually cited in the text under the last name of the author, year (1978), and page number. Participants who attended the Discussion Session following the presentation of papers are named in the text when their identities are known but are not included in the formal Bibliography.

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