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Sam Temple who, as the fictional character Jim Farrar in Helen Hunt Jackson's novel Ramona, killed Alesandro, ca.1905
The world in the nation: Migration in contemporary anglophone and francophone fiction; 1980-2010
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Indian gardener's adobe at Mission San Gabriel, ca.1900
From captors to captives: American Indian responses to popular American narrative forms
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Indian gardener's adobe at Mission San Gabriel, ca.1900
Indian gardener's adobe at Mission San Gabriel, ca.1900
Indian gardener's adobe at Mission San Gabriel, ca.1900
View of a Cahuilla Indian graveyard showing Ramona at Alessandro's grave, ca.1900
The Indian girl Ramona, at her home near San Jacinto, Riverside County
Portrait of Ramona, a Cahuilla Indian, at her new home a year after the murder of her husband Alessandro by Sam Temple, ca. 1885
Unraveling countrysides: provincial modernities in contemporary popular Indian cinema
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Indias of the mind: responses to cultural nationalism in Indian popular culture post-Hindutva
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Strategic implications of the digitization of publishing popular fiction in the 21st century: introducing the Octopus Theory
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Urban growth and narrative identity in Los Angeles fiction
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Ohio in American fiction
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Southern California in American fiction
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Brazil Indian Evangelistic Mission, 1927
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Carrying the fire home: performing nation, identity, indigenous diaspora and home in the poems, songs, and performances of Arigon Starr, Joy Harjo and Gayle Ross
The influence of brand placement in Bollywood on the Indian consumer
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Navajo of the Painted Desert in American fiction
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Servants of the Raj:  Colonials and their fictions, 1770--1930
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A critical study of the fiction of F. Marion Crawford
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War and death in the fiction of Ernest Hemingway
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Social emphasis in the fiction and essays of John Galsworthy
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Ned’s draw or: the murder of Hi Good
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