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About the Book
In this powerful epistolary novel, acclaimed Anishinaabe author Gerald Vizenor interweaves history, cultural stories, and irony to reveal a shadow play of truth and politics. Basile Hudon Beaulieu lives in a houseboat on the River Seine in Paris between 1932 and 1945. He observes the liberals, fascist, artists, and bohemians, and presents puppet shows with his brother. His thoughts and experiences are documented in the form of fifty letters to the heirs of the fur trade. Vizenor is a unique voice of Native American presence in the world of literature, and in his inimitable creative style he delivers a moving, challenging, and darkly humorous commentary on modernity.
About the Author: GERALD VIZENOR is a citizen of the White Earth Nation of the Anishinaabeg in Minnesota. He is a prolific and versatile author and editor of more than thirty books, including Blue Ravens and Favor of Crows: New and Collected Haiku.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780819579348
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Publisher Imprint: Wesleyan University Press
Height: 229 mm
No of Pages: 320
Spine Width: 23 mm
Width: 152 mm
ISBN-10: 0819579343
Publisher Date: 03 Nov 2020
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Returnable: Y
Weight: 499.4 gr
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