Becoming Coyote

Wayne Ude

Wayne Ude's classic Native American novel is back in print. Humorous, suspenseful, brilliantly painted, magical and narrated in a warm, intimate voice, this novel is like no other. The American Book Review called it. "recommended reading" for anyone interested in both American fiction and the plight of America's native tribes. The Fort Collins Review said the book "is much more than a simple cops and robbers chase. It is a saga of the modern American Indian's precarious position in today's world."

ISBN10 : UCSC:32106009618809 , ISBN13 :

Page Number : 180

Beautiful Daughter

Don Hendrie

"The deftly drawn settings and sensitively rendered landscapes that were created with such sensual prose in the early work became more challenging in the later work, as if testing his reader's tolerance for following him into ever more technically demanding altitudes of prose. If only the most supple of readers reached the pole, those were the readers he wanted. But you were also rewarded for getting there. If he laid down his prose like a gauntlet, you were a more agile reader than when you began the course if you survived it." - Roger L. Conover, from the Introduction

ISBN10 : STANFORD:36105028809825 , ISBN13 :

Page Number : 260