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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
King, Thomas, 1943-
Green grass, running water.
Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1993
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|Notes:||"A Marc Jaffe Book."|
|Description:||360 pages ; 24 cm|
Very different lives nevertheless continually cross. Alberta, a university professor who wants a child but not a marriage, is involved with two men who seem to represent opposite possibilities: Charlie, a flashy lawyer, and Lionel, a self-effacing TV salesman. Latisha, Lionel's sister, runs the Dead Dog Cafe, a local hangout and tourist trap. And then there's Eli, who moved to the city and its white man's establishment, never intending to look back to Blossom or the.
Reservation's ancient way of life. All the while, four old Indians, escapees from a mental institution, drift mysteriously and hilariously in and out of time, from the beginnings of the universe to its undecided future. Wildly combining Native American and Western spiritual traditions in the stories they tell, they attempt to recreate and reorder the world. And the trickster Coyote follows along, wreaking havoc as he prowls through the novel. This is a rich tale, weaving.
Subtle, magical humor, revisionist history, muted nostalgia, and sacred humanity into one bright, whole cloth.
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