Dances with Wolves

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Fawcett Gold Medal, 1988 - Fiction - 313 pages
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Ordered to hold an abandoned army post, John Dunbar found himself alone, beyond the edge of civilization. Thievery and survival soon forced him into the Indian camp, where he began a dangerous adventure that changed his life forever. Relive the adventure and beauty of the incredible movie, DANCES WITH WOLVES.

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I read this when it was relatively new, and thought it quite good; not entirely a novel of "romantic savage" mien, there being a healthy dose of reality in the milieu of the Indian tribes, but close enough. (I would probably have given it 4 stars at the time.) Read full review

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User Review  - bdtrump - LibraryThing

Blake covers an incredibly interesting era of US history that breaks traditional stereotypes. While this work centers on the relationships between Natives and the expansionist US Army during the Civil ... Read full review

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About the author (1988)

His previous books include Dances With Wolves, Airman Mortensen, and Marching to Valhalla. He received an Academy Award for his screen adaptation of Dances With Wolves. He lives with his wife and children on a ranch in Southern Arizona.

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