A NoveleBook - 2019
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Crow Winter A Novel (Book) : McBride, Karen : Since coming home to Spirit Bear Point First Nation, Hazel Ellis has been dreaming of an old crow. He tells her he's here to help her, save her. From what, exactly? Sure, her dad's been dead for almost two years and she hasn't quite reconciled that gr... Read More »
ontherideau Jun 15, 2020
I was drawn into this story, the history of the mine, spirituality of a sweat lodge and a brush with romance. There is a glossary of Anisnaabemowin words at the end, which I only discovered at the end.
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"A door will always be a way in no matter how hard it tries to keep things out." (Ch. 16 -- Nanabush)
"Sometimes I was the only Native kid in the room. The second people found out I lived on a reserve, they'd look to me like I was the authority on all things Indian. But then coming back home is the same thing. Only here I am different because I am too "White." Go out into the White Man's world for long enough and somehow you lose some of what makes you Native. My degree might as well be my enfranchisement card. Little piece of paper that I can wave around to prove I'm not an Indian." (Ch. 15)
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