American Woman

American Woman R Garcia y Robertson applies his considerable talents in historical research and writerly depiction to an epic of American history the legendary Battle of the Little Big Horn and Custer s last stand
  • Title: American Woman
  • Author: R. Garcia y Robertson
  • ISBN: 9780312876296
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • American Woman
    R Garcia y Robertson applies his considerable talents in historical research and writerly depiction to an epic of American history, the legendary Battle of the Little Big Horn and Custer s last stand and turns the legends upside down First, he tells the tale entirely from the Indian side, and secondly, he tells it through the eyes of a blonde white woman from PennsylvanR Garcia y Robertson applies his considerable talents in historical research and writerly depiction to an epic of American history, the legendary Battle of the Little Big Horn and Custer s last stand and turns the legends upside down First, he tells the tale entirely from the Indian side, and secondly, he tells it through the eyes of a blonde white woman from Pennsylvania married to an Indian brave American Woman With extraordinary wit and imagination, this book is a literary grenade of the quality of Thomas Berger s Little Big Man American Woman is a fine, uproarious, and moving novel.
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  • R. Garcia y Robertson

    Rodrigo Garcia y Robertson born 1949 is an American writer of historical and fantasy fiction He holds a Ph.D in history and taught at UCLA and Villanova University before becoming a full time writer In addition to his eight novels, he has had numerous short stories published in fantasy and science fiction anthologies He lives in Mount Vernon, Washingtonom

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  • Re reading this book was like a revelation A teacher once told me you never get bored re reading a really good book as you always find something new to mull over Sarah Kilory comes west to teach the Bad Face Indians and ends up married to Lakota brave, Yellow Legsbecoming a wasichu white Indian Surprised to find Raven, her husband s first wife waiting for him as they ride into his home camp, she has to come to terms with a sister wife, the Lakota way and those among them who think she has brough [...]



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