The Last Rattlesnake Throw and Other Stories (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series).
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Certainly an interesting book. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 20 years ago. With the incredible racial injustices perpetrated by white males in this country and Native Peoples, it is astonishing that we are priviledged to learn about their struggles at all. As a feminist, I would have appreciated a greater consideration of what it means to be a Native American woman in this book, but it is a valuable assemblage none the less.
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His book deserves a broad audience.
His short fiction titles include The Indian Who Bombed Berlin; The Last Rattlesnake Throw; and One Indian and Two Chiefs. His book deserves a broad audience. Born of a Cherokee story-teller, singer father and a story-telling Irish American mother, Ralph Salisbury grew up hunting and trapping, for meat and pelts, and working on a family farm, which had no electricity or running water but was reachable by a dirt road. When he visited his father's mother, the only road was a footpath along a creek.
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Of Cherokee and Irish American heritage, Ralph Salisbury was born in rural .
Of Cherokee and Irish American heritage, Ralph Salisbury was born in rural Arlington, Iowa. At the age of 17 he joined the . Air Force and served in World War II, and it was during his time in the military that he began reading and writing poetry. Well regarded across genres, Salisbury also published collections of short stories, including The Last Rattlesnake Throw and Other Stories (1998) and The Indian Who Bombed Berlin and Other Stories (2009). Among his many awards, he received a Rockefeller Foundation Residency in Bellagio, Italy, for his fiction.
The story of the Native American's struggle to survive in two worlds, Native and white, goes back well before the . Irvin Morris, a member of the Tobaahi clan of the Navajo Nation, is Professor of American Indian Studies and English at the University of Arizona, Tucson.
One of the latest to tell the story is Morris, a member of the Tobaahi clan of the Navajo Nation and a teacher at State University of New York, Buffalo.
American Indian literature and critical studies series ; v. 2. Ghost grapefruit, and other poems Ralph J. Salisbury. by: Salisbury, Ralph J. Published: (1972). 28. Subjects: Indians of North America Social life and customs Fiction. Grandpa was a cowboy & an Indian and other stories Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve. by: Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk. So far, so good Ralph Salisbury. Published: (2013). The map of who we are : a novel, by Lawrence R. Smith. by: Smith, Lawrence . 1945- Published: (1997).