Award-winning novelist Erdrich brilliantly weaves ancient Ojibwe rock paintings, personal insights on Ojibwe culture, and keen observations about her family into a lyrical and entertaining memoir.Award-winning novelist Erdrich brilliantly weaves ancient Ojibwe rock paintings, personal insights on Ojibwe culture, and keen observations about her family into a lyrical and entertaining memoir.Read Less
Very Good. Hardcover with jacket, National Geographic Society, 2003, first edition, first printing. SIGNED & inscribed by the author on title page. Boards show minimal shelf-wear; lightly bumped corners; tiny stain near spine of dedication page. Small amount of erased pencil on first page, no other markings. Jacket has minimal wear; in new archival protective cover. Overall, a beautiful copy.
Very Good in Very Good- jacket. 0792257197 8vo-over 7? "-9? " tall Signed by Author(s) Book The author inscribed on the title page under the title. Part of the inscription reads "May maa sckawausch weweyni ayaan gaye mino ayaa sana! " I hope I spelled it correctly. There is more written and the year 2003. The dust jacket has light edge wear and is lightly rubbed and is in a Mylar type protector. The former owner has written his name and who gave him this book on the page just past the FFE.
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