Victorian brand, Indian brand : the white shadow on the native image / edited by Naila Clerici.
By: Clerici, Naila
Contributor(s): European Association for American Studies. Biennial conference (1990: London)Language: English Publisher: Torino : Il Segnalibro, 1993.Description: xxiii, 328p. : ill., plates ; 20cm.
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Papers originally presented at the European Association for American Studies Biennial Conference, "Victorianism in the US: its era and its legacy" held at Regent's College, London, April 9-12, 1990. Literature survey in Italian: p.283-326.
Includes bibl. footnotes.
Contents: Introduction / N. Clerici; "A stranger from a distant country": the captivity narrative of John Tanner / S.P. Pérez Castillo; Between Victorian tract and native American novel: Simon Pokogon / W. Hochbruck; Projections on a blank screen: 19th century images of the American Indian woman / Å. Sundquist; Tecumseh as an object of Victorian biography / M. Friedrichs; German stereotypes of Native Americans in context of Karl May and Indianertümelei / Katja H. May; Progress or decline? White impact on the pictographic art of the Plains Indians / I.J. Nagy; Saying it with flowers: meanings of floral images in Woodlands Indian art of the Victorian era / Ruth B. Phillips; Ethnohistorical photographs and native images / V. Wyatt; Land ownership and cultural development / M. Henriksson; The Pygmalion effect in Indian education / D.J. Huff; The impact of the missionary effort on images made of the Native American / S.R. Smiles; Value transitions among the Blackfeet Indians after 1870: James Welch's novel "Fools crow" / H. Lumer; Charles A. Eastman: an Indian doctor at Wounded Knee / F. Meli; Wounded Knee in the US historical context / E. Marienstras.