The Owl's Song

The Owl's Song

by Janet Campbell Hale
     
 

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The Owl's Song is the story of Billy White Hawk's struggles to find his way toward manhood by leaving the Beneway reservation in Idaho and moving to the city to live with his older half-sister, Alice Fay. First published in 1977, The Owl's Song remains a groundbreaking work and a milestone of contemporary fiction. See more details below

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The Owl's Song is the story of Billy White Hawk's struggles to find his way toward manhood by leaving the Beneway reservation in Idaho and moving to the city to live with his older half-sister, Alice Fay. First published in 1977, The Owl's Song remains a groundbreaking work and a milestone of contemporary fiction.

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American Indian Culture
A powereful and moving story of an Indian boy's struggle to survive in an environment that would destroy him. American Indian Culture and Research Journal
and Research Journal American Indian Culture
"A powerful and moving story of an Indian boy's struggle to survive in an environment that would destroy him."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780826318619
Publisher:
University of New Mexico Press
Publication date:
03/01/1998
Pages:
153
Product dimensions:
5.52(w) x 8.09(h) x 0.49(d)
Lexile:
870L (what's this?)

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