Grand Avenue: A Novel in Stories

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Hyperion, Sep 2, 1994 - Fiction - 240 pages
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A wonderful collection of interrelated stories, by the chief of the Miwok tribe, creates a fully formed picture of a California community where native Americans, blacks, Mexicans, and Portugese make their way through a difficult world.

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GRAND AVENUE

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A touching, often poignant, debut collection of fiction by a Native American writer. Sarris (English/UCLA; Keeping Slug Woman Alive, not reviewed) offers 10 linked short stories describing the milieu ... Read full review

Grand Avenue

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Set in a small city in northern California, these ten stories focus on Santa Rosa's poorest neighborhood, Grand Avenue. The most noticeable population on Grand Avenue is a clan of Native Americans ... Read full review

Contents

Family Tree vii
3
The Progress of This Disease
27
Slaughterhouse
51
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Greg Sarris is currently a professor of English at UCLA.

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