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And this book says something else: that as much as you can love your parents, as much as you can love your community, as much as you can love your family, you can also be radically different from them.

It says that you can be part of your family and yet distinct from it, and that doesn’t change your love for your family, but it changes who you become.

Sherman Alexie

 

Absolutely True Diary...

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Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Call Number: Doyle 4th Flr Reserve Desk, Mahoney 1st Flr PS3551.L35774 A27 2007

 

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Who is Sherman Alexie?

Photograph of Sherman Alexie Used with Permission of Kevin Casey

Photograph by Kevin Casey

“I think I’m actually the first practitioner of the Brady Bunch school of Native American literature.”

World Literature Today  7/1/2010

PBS Interviews with Sherman Alexie

 

Sherman Alexie and Steven Colbert

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