|形態||306 p. ; 24 cm.|
The rise to fame of Coyote Springs, an all-Indian rock-and-roll band, tracing its journey from a Spokane reservation all the way to New York. A humorous exploration of serious subjects: the effect of Christianity on Native Americans, cultural assimilation and its impact on relations between Indian men and Indian women. By the author of The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven.
Washington Reads (Summer 2007) Selection
by WashingtonStateLibrary (投稿： 2007-08-16)
The novel, which won the American Book Award in 1996, is a poignant look at the rise and fall of an Indian rock band, Coyote Springs, and the people and spirits that surround it. The book has a wonderfully subtle sense of humor, as well as insight into religious, political and social issues on the reservation...