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Walking the Rez Road

Northrup, Jim

Editorial: Voyageur Press, Stillwater, Minnesota, 1993
ISBN 10: 0896581810 / ISBN 13: 9780896581814
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Librería: Casa Camino Real (Las Cruces, NM, Estados Unidos de America)
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Título: Walking the Rez Road

Editorial: Voyageur Press, Stillwater, Minnesota

Año de publicación: 1993

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Condición del libro: Fine

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Edición: First Edition..

Tipo de libro: Hard Cover


"These stories are full of laughter and the wisdom that is gained from heartbreak and loss. Pass them on."--blurb by Joy Harjo. Chippewa writer Northrup lives a traditional life in Nothern Minnesota. 1994 Minnesota Book Award winner sticker on front cover. Book is in fine condition and a wonderful addition to a Native American literature collection. Inventory # 00675. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. N° de ref. de la librería 000675

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Sinopsis: Walking the Rez Road contains forty short stories and poems featuring Luke Warmwater as a central character. Luke is a Vietnam veteran who has survived the war but is having "trouble/surviving the peace" on a reservation where everyone is broke and where the tribal government seems to work against the interests of the reservation folk. Throughout Walking the Rez Road, it is humor that holds the people and their community together. Winner, Midwest Book Achievement Award, Minnesota Book Award, Northeastern Minnesota Book Award.

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Jim Northrup

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Descripción de la librería: Casa Camino Real is a book store based in Las Cruces, New Mexico, 42 miles from the Mexican Border. We sell new, used,first edition and out of print books in many languages. We also serve as a Community Resource and Archival Center serving audiences of all ages. We are in the process of creating Museo de La Gente, an arts residency center, a resource library, a workshop & exhibit space as well as a venue for multi-cultural, multi-generational and multi-ethnic literary, literacy, music and arts events for audiences of all ages and backgrounds in the borderland corridor. We host year-long workshops, readings, panels and arts events for the borderland, national and international community. We believe we can heal the world, one book, one cup of coffee, and one story at a time. In addition to books, we sell folk art, Mexican lobby cards and posters, vintage vinyl and cultural memorabilia in our historic adobe dating from the 1850s.