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International Journal of Humanities and Arts

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part A (2024)

Demolishing stereotypes, constructing identity: A study of Emma Lee Warrior’s compatriots and Thomas King’s a seat in the garden

Author(s):

Virender Pal

Abstract:

Native American literature has carved a distinct niche among the Native literature of the world. Native American literature not only constructs an identity for the Natives and establishes the difference between the worldview of the Natives and Europeans, but also smashes the stereotypes of the Natives constructed and perpetrated by the colonial narratives and popular culture. The short story has emerged as an important genre in this case. The length of the short story allows the reader to concentrate on the specific points of the writers. The length of the short story also allows a deep penetration among the readers. The current paper studies the two short stories by Emma Lee Warrior and Thomas King.

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International Journal of Humanities and Arts
How to cite this article:
Virender Pal. Demolishing stereotypes, constructing identity: A study of Emma Lee Warrior’s compatriots and Thomas King’s a seat in the garden. Int. J. Humanit. Arts 2024;6(1):37-41. DOI: 10.33545/26647699.2024.v6.i1a.61
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