Morning Girl Resources & Further Study

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Allen, Paula Gunn. Studies in American Indian Literature. NY: Modern Language Association, 1983.

Bourne, Daniel. "A Conversation with Michael Dorris." Artful Dodge 30-31 (1996): 20-32.

Caldwell-Wood, N. "Native American Images in Children's Books." School Library Journal 38 (May 1992): 47-48.

Helbig, Alethea. "Teaching American Literature from Its Real Beginnings: Native American Stories." In Young Adult Literature: Background and Criticism, eds.

Millicent Lenz and Ramona M. Mahoud.

Chicago: ALA, 1980: 259-66.

Markstrom-Adams, Carol. "Coming-of-Age Among Contemporary American Indians as Portrayed in Adolescent Fiction."

Adolescence 25 (spring 1990): 225-37.

McDermott, Alice. "The Girl Columbus Discovered." New York Times Book Review, (November 8,1992): 33.

Slapin, Beverly, and Doris Seales. Books Without Bias: Through Indian Eyes. Berkeley, CA: Oyate Press, 1988.

Ruoff, A. Lavonne Brown. American Indian Literatures: An Introduction, Bibliographic Review, and Selected Bibliography. NY: Modern Language Association, 1990.

Ruoff, A. Lavonne Brown. Literatures of the American Indian. NY: Chelsea House, 1991.

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Morning Girl from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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