Synopses & Reviews
"Momaday is a profoundly deep thinker and this book shows the depth of his thought while in the process of writing and painting. . . . It is must reading [for anyone] who wants to understand not just Scott Momaday but what it means to be a mature, reflective, responsible human being."-Vine Deloria, Jr., New Mexico Historical Review
(Vine Deloria, Jr., New Mexico Historical Review)
"For Momaday fans the book is a don't-miss; for those who are unacquainted with his work, it offers a provocative look at the roots of Native American art and the anatomy of the creative process."-Southwest Art
"No critic-however fortified metacritically-who writes hereafter on Momaday can get away with ignoring this book."-American Literature
About the Author
Charles L. Woodard is a professor of English at South Dakota State University.