Sojourners and Sundogs: First Nations Fiction
Here is a new combined edition of Lee Maracle's best-loved works of fiction. True to the principles of First Nations oratory, the novel (Sundogs) and short stories (Sojourner's Truth and Other Stories) in this volume are layered with unresolved human dilemmas. Maracle writes with love and humor, whether she's telling the tragic story of a boy's attempt to escape residential school or offering an intimate look at one family's struggle during the Mohawk Warrior Society's defiant stand at Oka. These are stories of the heart -- daring and imaginative, crossing cultures and generations -- by a vital and visionary writer.
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