Fathers and crows
From "one of America's most adventurous young writers" (Cleveland Plain Dealer) comes the second volume in the great epic of American history that began with The Ice-Shirt. In Fathers and Crows, Vollmann continues his huge inventive chronicle exploring the relations between Native Americans and their colonizers and oppressors.
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