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Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. NO spine creasing Text is clean and tight Edges and Covers show wear SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 432 p. Audience: General/trade.
Fine in Fine jacket. 087113652X Book Description: New York, NY, U.S.A. : , 1996, 1996. Hard Cover. As New/Very Good. First Edition. Hard Cover. Signed by Author. Used hardcover-420 pages-Jacket lightly skuffed on back and is in brodart cover __A murderer is stalking and scalping whi te men in Seattle. While this so-called Indian Killer terrorizses the city, its Native American population is thrown into turmoil.
Alexie, Sherman., The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1996, c1996, 1st Edition, 1st printing, boards (hard cover), fine with fine dj, 420 pp, tall 8vo, boldly inscribed & SIGNED by the author, ISBN: 087113652X, 'The sheets are dirty. An Indian Health Service Hospital in the late sixties', Collectible signed copy.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Signed by author. Very clean copy. First Edition/First Printing. Hardly any wear along binding edges. Brodart mylar protected. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. Audience: General/trade. Please, email with any questions.
Publishers Weekly, 1996-07-29 In a startling departure from his earlier, more lyrical fiction, Native American novelist Alexie (Reservation Blues) weighs in with a racially charged literary thriller. Seattle is rife with racial tension as the city is terrorized by a serial murderer nicknamed "Indian Killer" because the victims, all white, are scalped and their bodies topped with a pair of white owl feathers. At the center of the novel stands the mentally disintegrating John Smith, a 6'6" Native American ignorant of his tribal roots because he was adopted and raised by white parents. As the city's racial divide increases, Marie Polatkin, a combative Spokane activist and scholarship student, organizes demonstrations and distributes sandwiches and sedition to homeless Indians, while reactionary shock-jock Truck Schultz rails on the air against casinos on reservations. Three white men with masks and baseball bats (compatriots of a murdered University of Washington student) prowl the downtown area beating any Native American they find; a trio of Indians similarly beat and knife a white boy. Through it all float a number of psychological half-breeds, among them a mystery writer who's an Indian wannabe and a buffoonish white professor of Native American literature who is forced to re-evaluate his qualifications. Over the last few years, Alexie, who is Spokane/Coeur d'Alene, has built a reputation as the next great Native American writer. This novel bolsters that contention. It displays a brilliant eye for telling detail, as well as startling control, as Alexie flips points of view among a wide array of characters without ever seeming to resort to contrivance. The narrative voice can sound detached and affectless, and some readers will miss the lyricism and humor of the author's earlier work, but this novel offers abundant evidence of a most promising talent extending its range. 75,000 first printing; $75,000 ad/promo; author tour; rights: Nancy Stauffer. (Sept.)
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