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1 Walters, Anna Lee TALKING INDIAN Reflections on Survival and Writing
NY Firebrand Books 1992 1563410214 / 9781563410215 First Edition Softcover Very Good 
Clean, tight copy. Ex-library book with sturdy laminated cover and usual ex-lib type markings. Light wear to cover edges, a little scuffing, light soiling outer edge of pages. Interior clean and intact. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 222 pages; "Walters, the daughter of Pawnee and Otoe Indians and a teacher and author ( The Spirit of Native America: Beauty and Mysticism in American Indian Art , Chronicle, 1989, and The Sun Is Not Merciful: Short Stories , Firebrand, 1985) , describes how she found her literary voice and what self-expression meant to her. On this journey, she met with alienation, moments of self-doubt, and, ultimately, a sense of joy and affirmation. Because Native American leaders, events, and rituals have long been distorted, the author devotes part of the book to correcting inaccuracies and plugging up holes. Even more moving are Walters's own experiences, told in simple, direct language. Into these experiences, she weaves vibrant stories based upon the lessons and legends passed down from her ancestors. " (300osl? ) 
Price: 8.50 USD
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