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Reinventing the Enemy's Language: North American Native Women's Writing
NY, Norton, (1997). Essays, memoirs, fiction and poetry by Native American women, the most extensive such anthology ever compiled at the time. Signed by Joy Harjo: "For Bryce/for justice, for love." In 2019, Harjo was named the first Native American United States Poet Laureate. Edited by Harjo and Gloria Bird, and with work by Harjo, Janet Campbell Hale, Paula Gunn Allen, Leslie Marmon Silko, Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, Wendy Rose, Linda Hogan, Susan Power, Louise Erdrich, and many others. Spine sunned, corner crease to rear cover; near fine in wrappers. [#034617] SOLD

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