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Bruchac, Joseph, "The Bones Are Alive: An Interview with Wendy Rose," in Survival This Way: Interviews with American Indian Poets, University of Arizona Press, 1987, pp. 249-69.

Deloria, Vine, Jr., "Indians Today, the Real and Unreal," in Native American Literature: An Anthology, NTC Publishing Group, 1999, pp. 7-15.

The History Channel, www.historychannel.com (July 10, 2000).

Hopi: the Real Thing, http://www.ausbcomp.com/redman/ hopi.htm (July 5, 2000).

Indians of North America: Alcatraz, http://csulb.edu/ ~gcampus/libarts/am-indian/alcatraz/001_001_intro_text. html (July 14, 2000).

James, Meredith, Review of Coming to Light: Contemporary Translations of the Native Literatures of North America, in World Literature Today, Vol. 71, 1997, pp. 198-99.

Jocks, Christopher Ronwaniente, "Spirituality for Sale: Sacred Knowledge in the Consumer Age," in American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 20, 1996, pp. 415-17.

O'Leary, Peter, Review of Scandals in the House of Birds, in Chicago Review, Vol. 45, 1999.

Rose, Wendy, Bone Dance: New and...

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