THE RESTRICTED CODE OF HOUSE MADE OF DAWN

Guillermo Bartelt

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Ethnosemantic fields appealing to the semiotics of local knowledge by circumventing translations and explanations obvious to cultural insiders created a restricted code and an ethnic boundary in N. Scott Momaday’s novel House Made of Dawn.

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American Indian literature, ethnosemantics, restricted code, ethnic boundary

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejls.v3i1.252

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