Rabbit Boss

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Oct 7, 2009 - Fiction - 544 pages
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The legendary, epic novel tells the story of four generations of the Washo in Nevada and Eastern California--a story of dreams, dying, the loss of power, death and apotheosis.
 

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User Review  - nivramkoorb - LibraryThing

I enjoyed this book and its' great insight into Native Americans. It did a great job of showing how badly we treated the Indians. I would have given it a higher rating but I felt it really rambled ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
13
Section 4
41
Section 5
78
Section 6
97
Section 7
123
Section 8
173
Section 14
289
Section 15
303
Section 16
360
Section 17
380
Section 18
416
Section 19
453
Section 20
465
Section 21
476

Section 9
177
Section 10
191
Section 11
221
Section 12
257
Section 13
285
Section 22
492
Section 23
496
Section 24
518
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About the author (2009)

Thomas Sanchez lived for many years in Key West, Mallorca, and Paris, where the French Republic awarded him the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres. He currently resides in Key West. He is the author of King Bongo, Mile Zero, Day of the Bees, Zoot-Suit Murders and Rabbit Boss, which was named by the San Francisco Chronicle as one of the most important books of the twentieth century.


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