Treuer, David

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The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present

Treuer chronicles the long histories of Native North America, showing the transformation and endurance of many nations. All American history collections will benefit from this important work by an important native scholar.
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The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Indian America from 1890 to the Present

The author of astute, heartfelt fiction, including the multi-best-booked The Translation of Dr Apelles, Ojibwe author Treuer uses his anthropological training to offer a new view of the Native experience...
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Prudence

In a well-told tale with realistically portrayed characters and locations, the author sustains a voice that is low-key but forceful, managing narrative and theme, action and thought in ways that elevate this story to a powerful level. [See Prepub Alert, 8/22/14.]
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Rez Life: An Indian's Journey Through Reservation Life

Recommended for listeners interested in Native American history and seeking a clarification of how contemporary problems were forged by past events. ["A look into Native life from a Native perspective…for anyone interested in how history has shaped Native people and the ways in which Native peoples are shaping their future," read the review of the Atlantic Monthly hc, LJ 2/1/12.—Ed.]
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Rez Life

A look into Native life from a Native perspective, this is recommended for anyone interested in how history has shaped Native people and the ways in which Native peoples are shaping their future.
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Rez Life

Noted for his fiction about Native American life (e...
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