Joy Harjo

Joy Harjo: Selected full-text books and articles

The New Anthology of American Poetry By Steven Gould Axelrod; Camille Roman; Thomas Travisano Rutgers University Press, vol.3, 2012
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New American Poets of the '90s By Jack Myers; Roger Weingarten D.R. Godine, 1991
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What's Normal? Narratives of Mental and Emotional Disorders By Carol Donley; Sheryl Buckley Kent State University Press, 2000
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Reckonings: Contemporary Short Fiction by Native American Women By Hertha D. Sweet Wong; Lauren Stuart Muller; Jana Sequoya Magdaleno Oxford University Press, 2008
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The Feminist Poetry Movement By Kim Whitehead University Press of Mississippi, 1996
The Nature of Native American Poetry By Norma C. Wilson University of New Mexico Press, 2001
Reinventing the Enemy's Intentions: Native Identity and the City in the Poetry of Joy Harjo By Carnes, Jeremy M Studies in the Humanities, Vol. 42, No. 1-2, December 2015
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"We Are Alive": (Mis)Reading Joy Harjo's Noni Daylight as a Yellow Woman By Burk, Chelsea D Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies, No. 16, Fall 2014
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Finding the Way Back: Place and Space in the Ecological Poetry of Joy Harjo By Bryson, J. Scott MELUS, Vol. 27, No. 3, Fall 2002
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"Twin Gods Bending Over": Joy Harjo and Poetic Memory By Lang, Nancy MELUS, Vol. 18, No. 3, Fall 1993
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Haunted Memories: Disruptive Ghosts in the Poems of Brenda Marie Osbey and Joy Harjo By Watts, Tracey The Southern Literary Journal, Vol. 46, No. 2, Spring 2014
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Love, Hunger, and Grace: Loss and Belonging in the Poetry of Lorna Dee Cervantes and Joy Harjo.(Critical Essay) By Y Gibson, Eliza Rodriguez Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, Vol. 19, No. 1, January 2002
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Politics and the Personal Lyric in the Poetry of Joy Harjo and C.D. Wright By Goodman, Jenny MELUS, Vol. 19, No. 2, Summer 1994
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Temporarily FREE! Winged Words: American Indian Writers Speak By Laura Coltelli University of Nebraska Press, 1992
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