Fathers and crows

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Penguin Books, 1993 - Fiction - 990 pages
12 Reviews
With the same panoramic vision and mythic sensibility he brought to The Ice-Shirt, Vollmann continues his hugely original fictional history of the clash of Indians and Europeans in the New World. Through the eyes of vastly different peoples, Vollmann reconstructs America's tragic past.

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Review: Fathers and Crows (Seven Dreams #2)

User Review  - Larou - Goodreads

The second of Vollmann's Seven Dreams, Fathers and Crows takes up more than the twice the number of pages than The Ice-Shirt did and deals chiefly with the Jesuits' attempt at converting the natives ... Read full review

Review: Fathers and Crows (Seven Dreams #2)

User Review  - Sean - Goodreads

Egads. This book is a madhouse of words. Vollmann must be insane to be able to write like this. A dreamlike, dense excursion into the French Jesuits who came to Canada in the first half of the 1600s ... Read full review


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