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by Jeannette Armstrong

Author: Jeannette Armstrong
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Theytus Books (August 7, 2002)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Teens and Young Adults
Rating: 4.1
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Slash is Jeannette Armstrong’s first novel. Recognized as an important work of literature.

Jeannette Christine Armstrong (born 1948 in Okanagan) is a Canadian author, educator, artist, and activist

Jeannette Christine Armstrong (born 1948 in Okanagan) is a Canadian author, educator, artist, and activist. Armstrong has lived on the Penticton Native Reserve for most of her life and has raised her two children there.

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Jeannette Armstrong’s most popular book is Slash. Showing 14 distinct works. Slash by.

Slash is Jeannette Armstrong’s first novel

ISBN13: 9780919441293. Release Date: January 1985. Publisher: Theytus Books, Limited.

ISBN 10: 1894778456 ISBN 13: 9781894778459. Publisher: Theytus Books, 1995. Slash is Jeannette Armstrong's first novel. Recognized as an important work of literature, Slash is used in high schools, colleges and universities.

Jeannette Armstrong is a Canadian author, educator, artist, and activist. Some controversy has arisen to the validity of her claim to a blood relationship to Christine Quintasket aka Mourning Dove.

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Jeannette Armstrong (born 1948) is an Okanagan Canadian poet, novelist, educator, and artist. Her 1985 work Slash is considered the earliest novel by a Native woman in Canada. Armstrong is the grandniece of Mourning Dove, who is regarded as 1 of the earliest Native American woman novelists for her 1927 work Cogewea, the Half-Blood. Armstrong was born and grew up on the Penticton Indian reserve in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley

JEANNETTE ARMSTRONG IS A SPOKESPERSON for Indigenous peoples’ rights. Commissioned by the curriculum project for use as part of a Grade 11 study in contemporary history, Armstrong wanted Slash to connect with and relate to her students.

JEANNETTE ARMSTRONG IS A SPOKESPERSON for Indigenous peoples’ rights. The award-winning writer and activist, novelist and poet has always sought to change deeply biased misconceptions related to Aboriginal people. Armstrong, left, with 2018 honorary degree recipient Rosalind Williams. Slash explores the history of the North American Indian protest movement through the critical perspective of the central character, Tommy Kelasket, who is eventually renamed Slash.

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