Backward to Forward: Prose Pieces
American Book Award winner Maurice Kenny has long been a major voice in Native American literature. In this collection, he writes of such little-known and controversial issues as the gay tradition in Native American history and looks at how his Mohawk background has impacted on his own writing.
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A PseudoEssay Sometimes Called a Preface
The Indian Who Would Farm
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