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SUMMARY Ê Walking the Rez Road Walking the Rez Road contains forty short stories and poems featuring Luke Warmwater as a central character Luke i. Pretty straightforward account of day to day adventures of Ojibway denizens of the Fond du Lac rez in Minnesota Alternately poignant and funny this collection of some 40 stories and poems chronicles the misadventures of Vietnam War Veteran Luke Warmwater and his relatives as they drink carouse and connive to survive in the impoverished land of sky blue waters It s a long way from the beautiful prose of Louise Erdrich but not necessarily less moving in its short sentences spare language and ribald humor Hitchhiking walking or sputtering along in a rez car the reader ends up with a good appreciation of these Americans everyday lives from the Bingo parlor to the frozen lake

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SUMMARY Ê Walking the Rez Road One is broke and where the tribal government seems to work against the interests of the reservation folk Throughou. 0513 page 145 820% Very funny and an interesting look at attitudes towards the law on the part of Native Americans Some things have been left out which confused me Could be clear but still a good read 0509 page 120 680% It s gotten better funnier and interesting A very uniue story telling style 0509 page 62 350% Honestly I m not uite sure what to think of this book It s definitely not my usual style But it s had a few funny moments and I think I might like it

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SUMMARY Ê Walking the Rez Road S a Vietnam veteran who has survived the war but is having troublesurviving the peace on a reservation where every. I love this book of short stories and poems by Anishinaabe writer Jim Northrup His humour is just sparkling and the tales of the characters on the Fond du Lac Reservation in Minnesota are not just funny culturally interesting and beautifully but sparsely written they reveal about what Native Americans have endured for so long than any documentary or book by white anthropologists or historians the one exception in my view being that of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown I love the poetry too it is beautiful I have added an interesting link fyi sadly an obituary too RIP

  • Paperback
  • 176
  • Walking the Rez Road
  • Jim Northrup
  • English
  • 26 August 2019
  • 9780896583214