Riding the Earthboy 40

Paperback $18.00

Oct 05, 2004 | 80 Pages

Ebook $13.99

Oct 05, 2004 | 80 Pages

  • Paperback $18.00

    Oct 05, 2004 | 80 Pages

  • Ebook $13.99

    Oct 05, 2004 | 80 Pages

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Riding the Earthboy 40 is the most important book of poetry in all of Native American literature. James Welch is our Frost, Donne, Dickinson, and Stevens. (Sherman Alexie)

Table Of Contents

Riding the Earthboy 40Introduction by James Tate

Magic Fox
Verifying the Dead
Song for the Season
Dreaming Winter
Toward Dawn
Blue Like Death
Picnic Weather
Directions to the Nomad
Gesture Down to Guatemala
Life Support System
The World’s only Corn Palace
Arizona Highways
Night Hawk
Trestles by the Blackfoot

The Renegade Wants Words
In My First Hard Spinrtime
Christmas Comes to Moccasin Flat
In My Lifetime
Spring for All Seasons
There Are Silent Legends
Harlem, Montana: Just Off the Reservation
Riding the Earthboy 40
Going to Remake This World
Plea to Those Who Matter
The Man from Washington
Blackfeet, Blood and Peigan Hunters
The Last Priest Didn’t Even Say Goodbye
D-Y Bar
The Only Bar in Dixon
Thanksgiving at Snake Butte
The Renegade Wants Words

Day After Chasing Porcupines
Day After Chasing Porcupines
Snow Country Weavers
Dancing Man
Birth on Range 18
The Wrath of Lester Lame Bull
There is a Right Way
Getting Things Straight
The Versatile Historian

The Day the Children Took Over
The Day the Children Took Over
Call to Arms
Two for the Festival
You Gone, the King Dead
Day to Make Up Incompletes
Counting Clouds
Grandma’s Man
Grandfather at the Rest Home
Legends Like This
Lady in a Distant Face
Never Give a Burn an Even Break

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