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The Woman Who Watches Over the World

A Native Memoir

by Linda Hogan

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Published by W. W. Norton & Company .
Written in English


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Number of Pages207
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Open LibraryOL7457416M
ISBN 100393323056
ISBN 109780393323054

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The Woman Who Watches Over the World A Native Memoir (Book): Hogan, Linda: Baker & TaylorA Chicksaw woman blends her personal history of struggle with the stories of native women who participated in key events during the Indian Wars more than a century NewsHogan, a Chicksaw poet, novelist, essayist, and author of ten previous books, recounts the.

Savings (), Book of Medicines (), and Dwellings (). Her first novel, Mean Spirit (), was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize. Her latest offering is The Woman Who Watches Over the World (). Hogan was born in Denver, Colorado, into a Chickasaw fa-ther and a neurotic, non-Indian mother.

Her father was a sergeant in. Native American Authors: Browsing by Book Title The woman who watches over the world: a native memoir by Linda Hogan. Hogan, Linda. The woman who watches over the world: a native memoir New York: W.W. Norton, Genre: Autobiography Audience: Adult ISBN: Websites about The woman who watches over the world: a native memoir.

The woman who watches over the world was broken. Despite my efforts, she remained that way, fragmented and unhealed.

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