Native Studies, especially in recent years, has become a hotly debated fi eld of enquiry, indigenous critics challenging readers to fi nd new ways of dealing with Native literature. Dialogizing the Monologic in Native Literature participates in this debate by proposing a Bakhtinian theoretical framework which acknowledges both Bakhtin’s writings on language as well as his lesser known works on ethics. Equipped with this framework the study sheds light on the works of Native authors Thomas King and Joseph Boyden.
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