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From the Publisher"Stromberg and the other contributors have provided excellent material upon which other scholars of Native rhetoric can build."
“A good collection for those interested in the relationship pf Indigenous rhetoric in North America and Western rhetoric.”
“With their bold and original interpretations, the essays in this volume evoke an awareness of rhetoric in the full range of how that term can be understood from a Native American perspective. At the same time, they testify that through the skilled use of language, North America's tribal peoples have managed to resist and even overcome the effects of Anglo-European hegemony long after warfare ceased to be an option.”
—Paul Zolbrod, Emeritus Professor of English, Allegheny College