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December 17, 2020

Madelaine Jacobs, Canadian Literature

As a visual medium brought closer to an auditory experience, the stories told in The Red Indians are persuasive because they unapologetically rest on Kulchyski’s authority. Kulchyski’s episodes balance brevity with constructive detail and, taken together, cover a great deal of history and territory. By detailing the points of continuity that link these stories from early “contact” to the present day, Kulchyski advances his central argument that the First Nations peoples are foundational to the Canadian state. — Madelaine Jacobs, Canadian Literature


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