Description:Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Wraps have a scratch, there...Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Wraps have a scratch, there is minor edge wear. Trade paperback. 223 p. Audience: General/trade.
Description:Very Good+ Book. Signed by Author(s) A Nice Copy-Signed By The...Very Good+ Book. Signed by Author(s) A Nice Copy-Signed By The Author On The Title Page. 31St Printing. Book Is In Very Good+ Condition. Boards Are Clean, Not Bumped. Fore Edges Have A Small Amount Of Shelf Wear. Interior Is Clean And Legible. Not Remaindered. Thanks And Enjoy.
Description:Very Good. Pages are crisp and clean. Front/Back cover have...Very Good. Pages are crisp and clean. Front/Back cover have light to moderate wear. Spine may show minor wear. Book is still in overall very good condition. First perennial edition 1994. (Paperback)Book is enclosed in protective bag and a padded bubble mailer. Ships fast from Arizona with Free Delivery Confirmation. 100% Return policy. We are a family owned Company: )
Description:Very Good + 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall Slight rubbing to wrappers ...Very Good + 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Tall Slight rubbing to wrappers (chiefly to extremities); slight internal browning to edges; else a near fine copy internally. x, , 223 pages. Contains 22 short stories in all (chiefly concerning life among the Spokane Indian people of Washington State); originally published in hardcover format in 1993. Number line from 10 to 1 on title page verso. Boldly signed and inscribed by Alexie in black ink on title page (beneath printed name): "for Allen / Peace / Sherman Alexie / 9/10/94". Signed: I Signed & Inscribed By Author.
Description:Fine. 0060976241. Book is fine-as new. Signed by author on title...Fine. 0060976241. Book is fine-as new. Signed by author on title page.; 0.6 x 7.9 x 5.3 Inches; 240 pages; Signed by Author.
Description:Very Good in Good dust jacket. Signed by author in blue ink on...Very Good in Good dust jacket. Signed by author in blue ink on title-page under his name, inscribed and signed again under that: "for Bruce and Amy Peace "10/31/94 Seattle". Inside rear panel of DJ waterstained. Wrinkling to DJ edges. Award label on front. Outside edges foxed.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 223 pages; Signed by Author.
Description:Very Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press,...Very Good. FIRST EDITION. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993. (1st printing statement on copyright page. ) Near Fine hardcover in Near Fine dust jacket. Clean pages and sturdy binding. Jacket price intact ($21).
Description:8vo. VG/VG. lightened yellow DJ spine from exposure, both...8vo. VG/VG. lightened yellow DJ spine from exposure, both adjacent panels the original warm yellow hue. titling in black and after mid-spine is small black capitals for full author and tiny black logo. front jacket has a finely drawn illustration in color, famed by warm yellow and titling majorly enlarged in black/red accented lettering in the foreground. author aligned over bottom edge on yellow. under. faint edgewear and under clear protective cover. medium blue clotbound HB, stamped with silver lettering and gently pushed in spine ends. blind stamped bottom right corner of front panel. clear ivory endsheets. SIGNED BY AUTHOR ON TITLE PAGE. lightly handled exterior, gently read interior sheets. all sides, edges spot-free with occasional chafed spot from shelfwear. 223 pp. ISBN# 0871135485. Rockville.
The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fist Fight in Heaven is a collection of short stories that has a little magical realism from Gabriel Marquez, the humor of Wodehouse, Native American Spirituality, some of the hopelessness of Kafka, and the tragedy of Shakespeare. It is an excellent book and yet to me the stories are missing something. For a long time I couldn't figure out what was missing. I am not Native American. The stories have a longing for a real Native Spirituality and the characters always fall short. It as if they are trying to recover the Native American Culture and refuse to accept that tragic as it might be, part of culture is gone forever. There is a failure on the part of the characters to recognize what cannot be recovered and create for themselves what their culture should give its people to survive in today's world.
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