Touchwood: A Collection of Ojibway Prose, Volume 2
Gerald Robert Vizenor
New Rivers Press, 1987 - Fiction - 180 pages
From the 19th-century historical chronicles of William Warren to autobiographical sketches and contemporary fiction from writers such as Jim Northrup and Louise Erdrich, this 1994 reprint of one of the most critically acclaimed anthologies of Anishinaabe prose is a ray of light on the local publishing scene.--Skyway News
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