(Un)heard, (Un)voiced, (Un)searched: Decolonization in Métis Literature

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Title: (Un)heard, (Un)voiced, (Un)searched: Decolonization in Métis Literature
Creator: Ina Arens
Subject: Métis Literature, (Un)heard, (Un)voiced, (Un)searched: Decolonization in Métis Literature
Description: Ina Arens' Masters Thesis, (Un)heard, (Un)voiced, (Un)searched: Decolonization in Métis Literature. Arens' thesis focuses on the mechanisms in selected works of Métis literature by which Métis writers overcome the effects of colonization in order to decolonize their stories, language, history and identity. This document is to be used for research purposes only. Copyright Ina Arens. The reproduction of this document in whole or in part is strictly prohibited without the express permission of the author.
Publisher: Gabriel Dumont Institute
Date: 2006
Type: Text Document
Language: English
Date of Copyright: April 17, 2007
Coverage: Canada
GDI Media Filename: MetisLitThesis2.pdf

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