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"Monkey Beach": Native Ground
An analysis of "Monkey Beach" by Eden Robinson.
# 144165 | 1,500 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Literature (American) , Native-American Studies (General)


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The paper asserts that although the setting and the narrative explores the Haisla/Heiltsuk people and culture, "Monkey Beach" is an artifact of a culture beyond where "some places are just full of power, you can feel it." The paper contends that Eden Robinson's tale reaches into the realm of artfulness that defies easy classification or categorization.

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"Though the setting and the narrative explores the Haisla/Heiltsuk people and culture, "Monkey Beach" is an artifact of a culture beyond where "some places are just full of power, you can feel it" (Robinson 316). Eden Robinson's tale reaches into the realm of artfulness that defies easy classification or categorization. Robinson infuses elements of her Native heritage with modern pop culture creating a witty, textured and complex collage of power and dynamism that is distinctly Twenty-First Century. With the title of her first novel, Eden Robinson situates the reader in a..."

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