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Further Reading

Allen, Paula Gunn. Grandmothers of the Light: A Medicine Woman’s Sourcebook. Boston: Beacon, 1991.

Barker, Francis, ed. Europe and Its Others: Proceedings of the Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature, July 1984. Colchester: U of Essex P, 1985.

Birkle, Carmen. “Intercultural Interfaces in Visual Representations of Pocahontas.” Intercultural America. Ed. Alfred Hornung. Heidelberg: Winter, 2007. 239-56.

Cory, Mark E. “Romancing America: Reflections of Pocahontas in Contemporary German Fiction.” German Quarterly 62.3 (1989): 320-28.

Doring, Tobias. “Pocahontas/Rebecca.” Figuren der/des Dritten: Erkundungen kultureller Zwischenraume. Ed. Claudia Breger and Tobias Doring. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1998. 179-209.

Fletcher, John Gould. John Smith, Also Pocahontas. New York: Brentano’s, 1928.

Herzogenrath, Bernd, ed. From Virgin Land to Disney World: Nature and Its Discontents in the USA of Yesterday and Today. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2001.

Jalowitz, Alan J. “The Daughters of Penelope: Tradition and Innovation in American Epics by Women.” Approaches to the Anglo and American Female Epic, 1621-1982. Ed. Bernard Schweizer. Burlington: Ashgate, 2006. 141-58.

Joseph, Betty. “Re(playing) Crusoe/Pocahontas: Circum-Atlantic Stagings in The Female American.” Criticism 42.3 (2000): 317-35.

Kirwan, James. “The Postmodernist’s Journey into Nature: From Philo of Alexandria to Pocahontas and Back Again, By Way of Jean-Frangois Lyotard.” Herzogenrath, From Virgin Land 33-52.

Kupperman, Karen Ordahl. The Jamestown Project. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2007.

Kyora, Sabine, and Uwe Schwagmeier, eds. Pocahontas Revisited: Kulturwis- senschaftliche Ansichten eines Motivkomplexes. Bielefeld: Aisthesis, 2005.

Moran, Rachel F. Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance. Chicago: Chicago UP, 2001.

Mossiker, Frances. Pocahontas: The Life and the Legend. London: Gollancz, 1976.

Neill, Edward D. Pocahontas and Her Companions: A Chapter from the History of the Virginia Company of London. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1869. The Darlington Digital Library. 8 March 2010.

Preda, Roxana. “‘The Angel in the Ecosystem’ Revisited: Disney’s Pocahontas and Postmodern Ethics.” Herzogenrath, From Virgin Land 317-40.

Scheckel, Susan. “Domesticating the Drama of Conquest: Barker’s Pocahontas on the Popular Stage.” American Transcendental Quarterly 10.3 (1996): 219-30.

Sundquist, Asebrit. Pocahontas & Co: The Fictional American Indian Woman in Nineteenth Century Literature: A Study of Method. Atlantic Highlands: Humanities Pr. Internat., 1987.

Zuckerman, Michael. “The Fabrication of Identity in Early America.” William and Mary Quarterly 34.2 (1977): 183-214.

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