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When he covers his right arm with the statistics of the whale, Ishmael remarks that he wants the other parts of his body to remain blank for a poem he is still composing. All three of them would bear strange markings and tattoos representing systems of knowledge that complement and challenge one other at the same time. Untranslatable as they are, however, they prove to be enduring, yet obscure, evidence of an indigenous presence without which Ishmael — and, by extrapolation, an Anglo-American tradition [5] — would quite literally not exist.

However, even though he perishes in the shipwreck, he remains a haunting presence in American culture. As a container of unspeakable knowledge, the coffin does not only figure prominently in Canadian texts but also in the United States-American imaginary, as our contribution has shown. Most importantly though, both texts testify to the fact that indigenous knowledges are a central, constitutive pillar of the North American imaginary.

They exhibit the presence of alternative forms of writing in the archive, yet they also highlight the violence and the processes of exclusion which have made indigenous knowledges invisible to North American literary studies. Atwood, M. Toronto: House of Anansi Press. Bauer, R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Brander Rasmussen, B. Durham: Duke University Press. Bruce-Novoa, J. In: Herrera-Sobek, M.

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Favata and J. In Ishmael, this interpretation suggests, Anglo-America finds a representative type, an ideal form that seems to articulate a coherent national narrative. She has also published a series of articles and co-edited books in the fields of U. Susanne Hamscha works at the Austrian Fulbright Commission.

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New Releases. Description Cultural Writing. A new and improved translation of the Spanish explorer's chronicle of his journey across a large portion of what is now the United States. De Vaca's journey - of hardship and misfortune is one of the most remarkable in the history of the New World and contains many first descriptions of the land and their inhabitants. It is the second literary text to be issued by a national project to reconstruct the literary history of Hispanics of the United States. Other books in this series. Add to basket.

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