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Masterpieces of American Indian Literature Paperback – May 1, 2005


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“The presence of these works in accessible form makes this a valuable addition to any reference shelf.”—Patricia Moore, Kliatt
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“These classic works speak of identity, family community, caste, gender, nature, the future, the past, solitude, duty, trust, betrayal, leadership, war, and the apocalypse. . . . This is the only anthology that includes all in an unabridged edition, priced attractively.”—Multicultural Review
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Willis G. Regier is the director of the University of Illinois Press and the author of Book of the Sphinx (Nebraska 2004) and In Praise of Flattery (Nebraska 2007).
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