Tribal Fantasies

Native Americans in the European Imaginary, 1900–2010

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ISBN: 978-1-349-44997-2 (Print) 978-1-137-31881-7 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vii

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    Pages 1-24

    Introduction

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    Chapter

    Pages 25-39

    Union of Chance: Native Portrayals by Dogroy Beaulieu

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    Chapter

    Pages 41-58

    Ethnographic Novels: American Indians in Francophone Comics

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    Pages 59-83

    “I’m indiginous, I’m indiginous, I’m indiginous”: Indigenous rights, British Nationalism, and the European Far Right

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    Pages 85-99

    From Karl May to Karl Marx: Ernst Bloch and the Native American Tribe as Concrete Utopia

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    Chapter

    Pages 101-116

    Teepees and Totem Poles: Toy Representations of North American Indians in European Popular Culture for Children

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    Pages 117-136

    Native Americans, Europeans, and the Gay Imagination

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    Pages 137-153

    Monstrous Bodies and Ignoble Savages: Depictions of Indigenous Peoples in European Hardcore

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    Pages 155-172

    Polish Literary Depictions of Native Americans in Soviet-Era Adventure Novels

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    Chapter

    Pages 173-195

    Indian Spirit: Amerindians and the Techno-Tribes of Psytrance

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    Pages 197-210

    Wee People, Red Devils, and the Old Women Back Home: Representations of Native Americans in Micí Mac Gabhann’s Rotha Mór an tSaoil and Éilís Ní Dhuibhne’s “The Pale Gold of Alaska”

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    Pages 211-225

    Afterword

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 227-265