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[Epub] ➞ The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero Native Resistance and the Literatures of America from Moctezuma to Tecumseh Author Gordon M. Sayre – 17th-century.co The leaders of anticolonial wars of resistance Metacom Pontiac Tecumseh and Cuauhtemoc spread fear across the frontiers of North America Yet once defeated these men became iconic martyrs for postcolonThe leaders of anticolonial wars of resistance Metacom Pontiac Tecumseh and Cuauhtemoc spread fear across the frontiers of North America Yet once defeated these men became iconic martyrs for postcolonial national identity in Canada the United States and Mexico By the early 1800s a craze arose for Indian tragedy on the US stage such as John Augustus Stone's Metamora and for Indian biographies as national historiography such as the writings of Benjamin Drake Francis Parkman and William ApessWith chapters on seven major resistance struggles including the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 and the Natchez Massacre of 1729 The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero offers an analysis of not only the tragedies and epics written about these leaders but also their own speeches and strategies as recorded in archival sources and narratives by adversaries including Hernan Cortes Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz Joseph Doddridge Robert Rogers and William Henry Harrison Sayre concludes that these tragedies and epics about Native resistance laid the foundation for revolutionary culture and historiography in the three modern nations of North America and that at odds with the trope of the complaisant vanishing Indian these leaders presented colonizers with a cathartic reproof of past injustices.

The leaders of anticolonial wars of resistance Metacom Pontiac Tecumseh and Cuauhtemoc spread fear across the frontiers of North America Yet once defeated these men became iconic martyrs for postcolonial national identity in Canada the United States and Mexico By the early 1800s a craze arose for Indian tragedy on the US stage such as John Augustus Stone's Metamora and for Indian biographies as national historiography such as the writings of Benjamin Drake Francis Parkman and William ApessWith chapters on seven major resistance struggles including the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 and the Natchez Massacre of 1729 The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero offers an analysis of not only the tragedies and epics written about these leaders but also their own speeches and strategies as recorded in archival sources and narratives by adversaries including Hernan Cortes Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz Joseph Doddridge Robert Rogers and William Henry Harrison Sayre concludes that these tragedies and epics about Native resistance laid the foundation for revolutionary culture and historiography in the three modern nations of North America and that at odds with the trope of the complaisant vanishing Indian these leaders presented colonizers with a cathartic reproof of past injustices.

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MOBI Gordon M. Sayre ´ MOBI The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero Native Resistance and the ´ 17th century.co

MOBI Gordon M. Sayre ´ MOBI The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero Native Resistance and the ´ 17th century.co

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