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Native north american literature: biographical and critical information on native writers and orators from the united states and canada from historical times to the present ed janet witalec. He has also edited a book entitled the native in literature (1987) and a special issue of canadian fiction magazine (1988) devoted to short fiction by canadian native writers his first novel, medicine river, published in 1990, was turned into a television movie that starred graham greene and tom jackson. Canadian literature has been written largely in two languages and has reflected two cultures that do not always coexist harmoniously added to this cultural split is the strong influence of the. Recently a new academic paper focused on native american ancestry hit the news ripan malhi’s molecular anthropology and ancient dna lab at the university of illinois, shown above, in urbana, illinois has successfully extracted dna from remains of individuals whose bones were found in an ancient trash heap in british columbia and has successfully matched the.
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