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The women's warrior society

Author: Lois Beardslee
Publisher: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2008.
Series: Sun tracks, v. 62.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
The Women's Warrior Society is a remarkable gathering of characters and voices used to expose truths about Native American life. In tightly woven prose, Lois Beardslee tells stories about people from all over North America and from either side of the line between abused and abuser. Both individual and archetypal, Native and non-Native, male and female, her characters take up arms against widely accepted stereotypes  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Experimental fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lois Beardslee
OCLC Number: 1151777298
Awards: Runner-up for IndieFab awards (Multicultural Fiction) 2008
Commended for Independent Publisher Book Awards (Multicultural Fiction) 2009
Description: 1 online resource (138 pages).
Contents: Baby Stealers (by Night) --
Baby Stealers (by Day) --
Baby Stealers (by Prejudice) --
Ogitchidaakwe --
Da wimen's Warrior Society --
They are Shape Shifters --
The Sweatlodge --
Wimen Warriors are Sneaky --
Dat Wind --
Wimen Warriors are not Born, They are Made --
Warm Wind --
Only a Warrior --
The Caste System --
I'm a god --
Road Warriors --
Shit Girl --
OK, These Wolves, They Walk into a Library --
What Really Goes on Over at the Tribal Library --
Frog Warriors --
Ceremony --
The Truth about Indians --
Baby Stealers (by Presumption) --
Wimen Warriors are not Born, They are Trained --
Baby Stealers (Uninterrupted) --
Ya better Watch dem Wimen Warriors --
The Warrior in the Mercedes --
These Warriors, They Walk into a Sweatshop --
The Warrior and the Objective pronoun --
Baby Stealers (by Indifference) --
Initiation --
They're Dancin' up There --
You're so Fuckin' spiritual, I Can Feel It --
The Deer Dance --
Warriors and Children.
Series Title: Sun tracks, v. 62.
Responsibility: Lois Beardslee.
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The Women's Warrior Society is a remarkable gathering of characters and voices used to expose truths about Native American life. In tightly woven prose, Lois Beardslee tells stories about people from all over North America and from either side of the line between abused and abuser. Both individual and archetypal, Native and non-Native, male and female, her characters take up arms against widely accepted stereotypes about Native people.

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