War Cries

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Holy Cow! Press, 1997 - Drama - 339 pages
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These nine one- and two-act plays speak collectively of the Native American experience with an intensity of language and feeling usually reserved for poetry. Set in tribal villages in Oklahoma and New Mexico, and in a mythic past that transcends time, the plays offer both a scorching vision of contemporary life and a powerful retelling of ancient myths. In Glancy's hands, the disturbing realities of poverty, racism, and a fragmented social fabric are redeemed by a living connection with a sacred past.

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Contents

Introduction by Kimberly Blaeser
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The Truth Teller
255
The Best Fancy Dancer the Pushmataha Pow Wows Ever Seen
285
Copyright

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