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by Leslie Marmon Silko

A short story, in which Silko retells a true story of murder from the point of view of one of the participants.

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Teaching "Tony's Story" by Leslie Marmon Silko in Norwegian High Schools, or how to explain witchcraft to rational 17-year-old students
http://home.online.no/~helhoel/silko.htm
"In 'Tony's Story' [Silko] has provided us with ambigious material that can be interpreted in more than one way. Rational beings and sceptics can dismiss the witchcraft theory and claim that Tony was temporarily insane at the time of the crime, whereas those who believe there is more between heaven and earth than what one can see with one's eyes or grasp with one's hands, may prefer the other interpretation." An essay discussing these viewpoints.
Contains: Plot Summary, Content Analysis
Author: Helga Hoel
Author: Helga Hoel
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