Rasmussen College Native American Literature in the Present Day Paper

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Have attitudes changed as we move from early Native American Literature into later and present-day writings? What writers, along with specific examples, might you cite that represent this shift? What is the focus now and how does it compare to other minorities we have explored? Feel free to compare an early writer to a more recent writer (1945 and after).

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Running head: NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE

Native American Literature
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NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE

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Native American Literature has changed over the years depending on the century.
Initially, it was delivered orally and it was in mythical form. But over the years, especially
during the 19th century, the literature changed from oral to text-written and it was presented in
the form of autobiographies as opposed to mythical stories (Parker, 2003). Attitudes have
definitely changed. Early Native American literature ...


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