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The Wild Girl: The Notebooks of Ned Giles, 1932


From the award-winning author of "One Thousand White Women" comes a novel in the tradition of "Little Big Man," tracing one man's search for ... Show synopsis

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  • Ned Giles Finds Adventure May 10, 2007
    by phobe44

    The Wild Girl is an inciteful re-creation of what might actually have happened to a young man who set off on a voyage of exploration and found far more than he could have imagined happening to him. The story informs the reader of the situation of the last Apache Indians to live unfettered in North America. It is presented in rough and raw detail, and preserves in print the indominatable nature of these survivors of the white man's push from their ancestral territories. An excellent depiction of their plight through the eyes of a sympathetic white man.

  • Excellant Apr 26, 2007
    by Jakers

    This is one of the best books I have ever read and I read a lot of books. I have recommended it to many people. Jim Fergus is a real story teller and I have read 1000 White Women too. Hope to read many more by this author Lucille Rose

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