Green Grass, Running Water

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b Ruppert, James. (1993). "When coyote dreams", World & I 8: 296.
  2. ^ Editor. (1993). "Thomas King's 'Green Grass, Running Water'",World & I 8: 283.
  3. ^ Lavalley, Giselle Rene. (1996). "One Tricky Coyote": The fiction of Thomas King (M.A. thesis) Wilfrid Laurier University
  4. ^ a b Bailey, Sharon M. (1999). "The Arbitrary Nature of the Story: Poking Fun at Oral and Written Authority in Thomas King's Green Grass, Running Water", World Literature Today 73: 43.
  5. ^ a b Cox, James H. (2000). "'All This Water Imagery Must Mean Something': Thomas King's Revisions of Narratives of Domination and Conquest in Green Grass, Running Water", American Indian Quarterly 24: 219.

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