Braided Lives: An Anthology of Multicultural American Writing

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Minnesota Humanities Commission
Minnesota Humanities Commission, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 287 pages
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Contains short stories and poems by such authors as Louise Erdrich, Nicholasa Mohr, Nikki Giovanni, and Maxine Hong Kingston. "This anthology brings together the vivid stories and poems of Native American, Hispanic American, African American, and Asian American writers. It was created by Minnesota teachers, for teachers and students in Minnesota high schools. They were assisted in their work by scholars, writers, the staff of the Minnesota Humanities Commission, and the officers of the Minnesota Council of Teachers of English ..."

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I read the first section, "Native American Selections." It includes a short story by Silko, "A Man to Send Rain Clouds." Read full review

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this was a book that i had originally used in a college course way back when......it's one that has come up again though as i am now working with teachers that are using it in their classrooms (or at ... Read full review

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Acknowledgments
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Making Do
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from House Made of Dawn
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