INTERRACIAL RELATIONS --(RE)WRITING THE STEREOTYPE IN NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE LITERATURES: SUSANNA MOODIE, CATHARINE PARR TRAILL AND PAULINE JOHNSON

Abstract : This paper aims to show how three nineteenth century Canadian women writers, emphasizing the role given to Native women and Mixed-race people. With her stories and Indian characters, Johnson wrote back to the dominant culture, proposing her own versions of First Nations Canadian heroines and of the new nation. Echoes, rather than oppositions, will be traced between the writings of these three women.
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Corinne Bigot. INTERRACIAL RELATIONS --(RE)WRITING THE STEREOTYPE IN NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE LITERATURES: SUSANNA MOODIE, CATHARINE PARR TRAILL AND PAULINE JOHNSON. Françoise Besson, Cmaire Omhovère, Héliane Ventura. The Memory of Nature in Aboriginal, Canadian and American Contexts, ⟨Cambridge Scholars Publishing⟩, 2014, 978-1-4438-5473-3. ⟨hal-01683124⟩

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