The Way; an Anthology of American Indian Literature
Shirley Hill Witt, Stan Steiner
Knopf, 1972 - Folk literature, Indian - 261 pages
Encompassing more than two centuries, this is a collection of speeches, prophecies, poems and songs, prayers and legends, essays and proclamations, and parodies and satires from oral and written American Indian literature.
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The Way: An Anthology of American Indian Literature
Shirley Hill Witt,Stan Steiner
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