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Devastating, perfect novel written by Tommy Orange, an enrolled member of the Arapaho and Cheyenne Tribes of Oklahoma.
The gist: Native Americans from the west coast converge at a powwow in Oakland. Most share the common question: what makes the modern Native American native? They seek answers in unique, sometimes doomed ways. This is a novel about identity, connection, how we make sense of the past and live in the present. It’s about the stories that save us and the decisions that destroy us.
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