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The man to send rain clouds; contemporary stories by American Indians.

Author: Kenneth Rosen
Publisher: New York : Viking Press 1974.
Edition/Format:   Print book
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Rosen
ISBN: 0670453315 9780670453313
OCLC Number: 1031815204
Notes: "A Richard Seaver book."
Description: xiv, 178 p. illus. 21 cm.
Contents: Silko, L. The man to send rain clouds. --
Ortiz, S. J. The San Francisco Indians. --
Walters, A. L. Come, my sons. --
Little, J. Whispers from a dead world. --
Silko, L. Yellow Woman. --
Ortiz, S. J. Kaiser and the war. --
Groman, R. C. Nowhere to go. --
Little, J. Impressions on turning wombward. --
Silko, L. Tony's story. --
Ortiz, S. J. A story of Ríos and Juan Jesús. --
Walters, A. L. Chapter I. --
Silko, L. Uncle Tony's goat. --
Ortiz, S. J. The killing of a state cop. --
Popkes, O. L. Zuma Chowt's cave. --
Silko, L. A. Geronimo story. --
Ortiz, S. J. The end of Old Horse. --
Silko, L. Bravura. --
Littlebird, L. and the members of Circle Film. Saves a leader. --
Silko, L. From Humaweepi, the warrior priest. --
Notes by the contributors.
Responsibility: Edited and with an introd. by Kenneth Rosen. Illus. by R. C. Gorman & Aaron Yava.

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