Storyteller

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Arcarde Publishing, 1981 - Fiction - 278 pages
A collection of stories focuses on contemporary Native American concerns--white injustice, the fragmenting of the Indian community, and the loss of tribal identity--and recalls Indian legends and tribal stories

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A cross-genre work combining conventions of fiction, poetry, song, memoir, and documentary, this cinematic journey explores Native American legend and life in the twentieth century. The style of the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
66
Section 2
154
Section 3
176
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About the author (1981)

Leslie Marmon Silko was born in 1948 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Growing up on a reservation, she went to Bureau of Indian Affairs schools before attending the University of New Mexico. She taught at the Navajo Community College in Arizona and is a professor of English at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Marmon has written short stories, poetry, plays and novels. Her books include Laguna Woman, Ceremony and Yellow Woman.

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