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The Pale Indian
by Alexie, Robert Arthur

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The Pale Indian 
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  The Pale Indian: In 1972, John Daniel, and eleven-year-old Blue Indian from Aberdeen in Canada's Northwest Territories, and his six-year-old sister, Eva, were brought to live with a white couple in Alberta, having been removed from their parents by the Powers that Be. John promised he'd never go back. But in October 1984, at twenty-two, he broke that promise. A job with a drilling company brought him back to the land of his people, and Tina Joseph, to whom he was deeply attracted, encouraged him to confront the sad truths of his parents' lives.

In a compelling combination of storytelling and truth-telling, The Pale Indian recalls the power and passion of its predecessor, Porcupines and China Dolls. It is a novel of secrets, lies, and madness written with power and eloquence.

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Weight:0.30 kg
Price: CDN$ 25.00 (US$ 24.33)
 
ISBN-10:0143015532
ISBN-13/EAN:9780143015536
Author:Alexie, Robert Arthur
Publisher:Penguin Canada
Toronto, Ontario
Publication Date:2/2005
Pages:336 pp
Size/Dimensions:8.25 x 5.25 x 1 inches
Binding:Paperback

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