Vizenor, Gerald

Vizenor, Gerald

(1934–  ) Chippewa writer; born in Minneapolis, Minn. A professor at the University of California: Berkeley, his poetry and fiction reflected his childhood experiences of desertion and death. His books include Darkness in Saint Louis Bearheart (1978), Dead Voices (1992), and the screenplay Harold of Orange.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Vizenor, Gerald. Manifest Manners: Postindian Warriors of Survivance.
Vizenor, Gerald. Fugitive Poses: Native American Scenes of Absence and Presence.
Vizenor, Gerald. Manifest Manners: Narratives on Postindian Survivance.
Vizenor, Gerald. "Native American Indian Identities: Autoinscriptions and the Cultures of Names." Native American Perspectives on Literature and History.
Vizenor, Gerald. Fugitive Poses: Native American Indian Scenes of Absence and Presence.
Vizenor, Gerald. "Socioacupuncture: Mythic Reversals and the Striptease in Four Scenes." Out There: Marginalization and Contemporary Culture.
Vizenor, Gerald 1972: The Everlasting Sky: New Voices from the People Named Chippewa.
Vizenor, Gerald. "Aesthetics of Survivance: Literary Theory and Practice." Survivance: Narratives of Native Presence.
Vizenor, Gerald 1972 The Everlasting Sky: New Voices From the People Named the Chippewa.
Vizenor, Gerald 1987a "Follow the Trickroutes." Survival This Way.