Talking Leaves: Contemporary Native American Short Stories

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Craig Lesley, Katheryn Stavrakis
Dell, 1991 - Fiction - 385 pages
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Collection of over thirty-five short fiction stories by a variety of authors, both established and new, which reflect the enduring values in contemporary Native American literature of respect for land and elders, a sense of history and traditions, and closeness to the spiritual world.

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Talking leaves: contemporary Native American short stories

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Editor Lesley has gathered an impressive assortment of short stories for this anthology. The authors include such well-known writers as Michael Dorris, Louise Erdrich, M. Scott Momaday, and Mary ... Read full review

Contents

PAULA GUNN ALLEN
1
GLORIA BIRD
12
BETH BRANT
22
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Craig Lesley is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest. He has received the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Book Award for both "Winterkill "and for his third novel, "The Sky Fisherman. "He is also the author of "Storm Rider," He lives in Portland Oregon with his wife and two daughters.

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