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Like New. Very good DJ. First Edition. Very good DJ. Doubleday 1988. 1st printing. Creme cloth boards. Clean covers with clean and firm pages. Tight spine, sharp corners-as new. Unclipped dust jacket-original price is intact. Dust Jacket is in protective mylar.
Publishers Weekly, 1988-03-11 An introduction by Salvador Dali is unexpected for a fantasy collection, but these stories are unusual in their subject matter. Drawing on the legends and cultural background of the American Indians, the contents range from creation myths such as ``When Old Man Coyote Sang the World into Being'' to tales of Indian life and death, and rueful stories of Indian/white relations. Sadly, Strete's vague, mystical imagery and his repetition of a small number of themes (loss, white misunderstanding of Native American culture and, above all, death) give the short collection a dull, monotonous quality. The memorable stories aren't better, only different: the Vietnam fantasy ``The Game of Cat and Eagle'' and the Hollywood dialogue ``Another Horse of a Different Technicolor.'' (April)
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