A collection of essays by the author of The Broken Cord explores a diverse range of topics, including children's rights, native American issues, multicultural scholarship, literature, and international affairs. 35,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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Bestselling novelist, anthropologist and expert on Native American culture Michael Dorris writes about a surprisingly diverse array of topics in Paper Trail. He offers evocative reminiscences of being raised by his mother and grandmother, skillfully illuminates important issues dealing with modern Native Americans, and in the centerpiece of the collection, writes movingly about his own adopted son's struggle with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. And he movingly reflects on how he was able to write about his son's life in The Broken Cord.About the Author:
Michael Dorris is the author of A Yellow Raft in Blue Water, The Broken Cord, Working Men, Morning Girl, and Guests, and co-author with Louise Erdrich of The Crown of Columbus.
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