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《Journal of Hanjiang Normal University》 2019-05
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On the Rhetoric Practice of Space Narration in The Song of Hiawatha

OUYANG Li-bo;School of Foreign Languages,Jimei University;  
Longfellow's poem has been considered as one of the most influential representations of the Indian people in the American culture.His poemThe song of Hiawatharefers to the past of the Indian collectively.This paper aims to explore how the presentation of materialism of Western places and the rhetoric about those places in Longfellow's poem The Song of Hiawatha,analyze the rhetoric practice of space narration,and consider rhetorical practices in America,such as those practices in the context of gender,race,religion,and class.The rhetoric practice in The Song of Hiawatha is a representation of the integration of Native people in their land and culture and also expands the representation to the spiritual reality of the Indians in contrast to the materialism of the place.This poem showed a deep insight into the spiritual nature life of the Indian and the contradictions of American identity.
【CateGory Index】: I712.072
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