Seven Arrows

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Harper & Row, 1972 - Fiction - 374 pages
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A heartbreaking story of victory, defeat, and of a spiritual search in a profane world, this is the story of Night Bear and his people. It is the tale of the land they cherish and the lives they hold sacred, lived until the enemy can no longer be stopped, and the dead have few left to weep for them.

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My copy of Seven Arrows was a gift. The outside binding is taped together; as I have frequently opened it for reading just a few pages for daily inspiration stories and/or viewing the beautiful B&W (Sepia) photos and/or Very Colorful Medicine Wheels paintings.
Originally, I read the entire book. The author writes with empathy for his subject matter. He draws the reader into this beautiful and inspiring book with his ability to make his thoughts, visions, and historical references come to live via written language.
Thank you, Janet, for this wonderful gift!.

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User Review  - Michael Nash - Goodreads

Seven Arrowsis weird and difficult and interesting and you should read it and I don't say that lightly. It comes with a load of caveats. Seven Arrows is a book about Sundance, the relgion/philosophy ... Read full review



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