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Black Eagle Child The Facepaint Narratives

Black Eagle Child The Facepaint Narratives
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  • ISBN-13: 9780802134288
  • ISBN: 0802134289
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Publisher: Transition Vendor

AUTHOR

Young Bear, Ray A.

SUMMARY

A classic of Native American literature, Black Eagle Child uses a rich mix of verse, prose narrative, and letters to tell Edgar Bearchild's journey to adulthood. Although the backdrop of much of Young Bear's novel may be familiar -- the conflicts over race, drugs, Vietnam and others that gripped America in the fifties, sixties, and seventies -- Bearchild recounts his coming-of-age story from a distinct vantage point, as a member of the Mesquakie nation. From his childhood delight in Jell-O to his induction into the faith of his elders, Bearchild's journey is a uniquely American one.Young Bear, Ray A. is the author of 'Black Eagle Child The Facepaint Narratives', published 1996 under ISBN 9780802134288 and ISBN 0802134289.

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