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Literary representations of orphanhood immediately activate the question of community through kinship and relation. In simple terms, "orphan" is unthinkable without its opposite-family or kin. The language of orphanhood and family has been central to the study of national American literature, but recently indigenous notions of "kinship" have been proposed as key critical tools for examining Native American literature. In readings of Linda Hogan 's Solar Storms (1995) and Leslie Mannon Sitko 'sfatcat:joz3wqv7ajhajf6h4ag4vsdxje