Rabbit Boss

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Vintage Books, 1973 - Fiction - 532 pages
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Acclaimed as an American classic, Thomas Sanchez's first book is a novel of dreams dying, the loss of power, the rebirth of the spirit. Brilliantly evoking the American West, Rabbit Boss tells the story of four generations of Washo in the Sierras of California and Nevada. This is a powerful and exalting narrative.

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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

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About the author (1973)

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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