Forever There: Race and Gender in ContemporaryNative American Fiction is the first critical study of the relationship between gender and race as it is portrayed in works of fiction by the masters of contemporary Native American fiction from D'Arcy McNickle and N. Scott Momaday to Louise Erdrich and Michael Dorris.
New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1989. XVII, 154 pp.
Contents: Only work of criticism on the topic of race and gender in contemporary Native American fiction. All master writers
of Native American fiction, from D'Arcy McNickle to N. Scott Momaday to Leslie Marmon Silko to Louise Erdrich, are included.