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The life of Spokane Indian Thomas Builds-the-Fire irrevocably changes when blues legend Robert Johnson miraculously appears on his reservation and ...Show synopsisThe life of Spokane Indian Thomas Builds-the-Fire irrevocably changes when blues legend Robert Johnson miraculously appears on his reservation and passes the misfit storyteller his enchanted guitar. Inspired by this gift, Thomas forms Coyote Springs, an all-Indian Catholic band who find themselves on a magical tour that leads from reservation bars to Seattle and New York--and deep within their own souls.Hide synopsis
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Sherman Alexie delights in magical realism. Burning guitars, old ageless women who teach rock stars their musical craft at the top of her mountain, and tangible shadows that take the shape of horses are just a few manifestations of the mechanism by which Alexie conveys what it is to be an Indian in ...
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