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A Yellow Raft in Blue Water: A Novel Paperback – March 5, 2003
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As you read A Yellow Raft In Blue Water you learn and feel the struggles of each woman. Often I found myself thinking, 'that's why' as I progressed through each woman's story and connecting the three. Dorris describes this journey as "...bonding and braiding the three strands of their shared past - and future."
Michael Dorris created a novel far more powerful than the struggle of the three women. He illustrated the need for family and how the connection to kin, no matter the circumstance and time lapse, is of great importance. He displayed that in time of need you always go back to the familiar...home.
This was a very moving and thought provoking novel to read. I would highly recommend this book to everyone!
Bravo Mr. Dorris!
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Not a kekeper or something to be reread. Was disappointed granddaughter had this assigned to her as there is much better literature out there that would be worth reading. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Casablanca Brenda
It was a pretty great story. I would absolutely recommend it for someone looking for a fresh breath or just something different to read. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Aysu Tabak - Dinc
Interesting book that splits off into the perspective of 3 characters and attempts to relay to the reader the struggles of being an Indian in an ever growing society.Published 9 months ago by Johnathan
A YELLOW RAFT IN BLUE WATER by Michael Dorris is an insight into the lives of three women of American Indian heritage. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Reviews by Sandy