Full Topic:Silko insists that oral storytelling is vital to understanding self, community, and nature within Native traditions; however, as a writer she also acknowledges an accession to the Western privileging of text over speech. How successful is she in Storyteller at bridging the gap between these customs in her bid to introduce Native practices to a Western or Westernized audience?
Requirements: Write a critically evaluative paper, double-spaced pages with proper margins and font size, e.g., Times Roman 12. Essays must make use of and refer explicitly in the text to a MINIMUM of two (2) scholarly sources (in addition to any and all primary texts), offering proper documentation in MLA format. The paper will be graded on its ability to establish a claim, to support that claim using evidence from the works themselves and the secondary research relating to those works, to present the claim in an academically and stylistically sound manner, and to offer information in a technically accurate way
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