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Michael Dorris, "A Yellow Raft in Blue Water," in The New Native American Novel, Mary Bartlett, ed., University of New Mexico Press, 1986, pp 93-107. Cited in Hadella (1994) and Owens (1992).

Michael Dorris, "Native American Literature in an Ethno-historical Context," in College English, Vol. 41 October, 1979, pp 147-62. Cited in Owens (1987).

Paul Hadella, "Michael Anthony Dorris," in Reference Guide to American Literature, St. James Press, 1994, pp. 263-65.

Michiko Kakutani, "Multiple Perspectives," New York Times, May 9, 1987, p. 17.

Penelope Moffet, review of A Yellow Raft in Blue Water, in Los Angeles Times Book Review, June 21, 1987, p. 2.

Adalaide Morris, "First Persons Plural in Contemporary Feminist Fiction," Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, Vol 11, No 1, Spring, 1992, pp. 11-30

Robert D Narveson, review of A Yellow Raft in Blue Water, Prairie Schooner, Vol 63, No 3, Fall, 1989, pp. 12628.

Louis Owens, "Acts of Recovery The American Indian Novel in the '80s," Western American Literature, Vol 23, No.1, Spring, 1987, pp. 55-7.

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