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Preposition use in Black Elk Speaks is briefly discussed.

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In the second (1961) edition of Black Elk Speaks, John Neihardt changed the title page of the text from "as told to John Neihardt" to "as told through John Neihardt" (my italics). This posting briefly explores why this change is significant as well as what it suggests about the relationship between Neihardt and Black Elk and between Neihardt and Black Elk Speaks.

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1. In the second (1961) edition of Black Elk Speaks, John Neihardt's change of the title page of the text from "as told to John Neihardt" to "as told through John Neihardt" (my italics) is highly significant. ...

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100 words briefly explore why title changes are significant in this text.

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