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"Compassionate and psychologically complex, this novel spans three generations of Native American women in the Pacific Northwest ? on and off the reservation ? who share a fierce independence and a love of family." – Arthur I. Blaustein, Mother Jones Magazine

Product Details

ISBN:
9780805000450
Author:
Dorris, Michael
Publisher:
Western Library Network
Location:
New York :
Subject:
Indian women
Subject:
Indian women -- Fiction.
Copyright:
Edition Number:
Uncorrected proof.
Series Volume:
105-12
Publication Date:
1987
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
343 p.

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Product details 343 p. pages H. Holt,c1987. - English 9780805000450 Reviews:
"Review" by , "Compassionate and psychologically complex, this novel spans three generations of Native American women in the Pacific Northwest ? on and off the reservation ? who share a fierce independence and a love of family." –
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