Anglais Thoughest indian in the world

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In these stories we meet the kinds of American Indians we rarely see in literature---the upper and middle class, the professionals and white-collar workers, the bureaucrats and poets, falling in and out of love and wondering if they will make their way home. A Spokane Indian journalist transplanted from the reservation to the city picks up a hitchhiker, a Lummi boxer looking to take on the toughest Indian in the world. A Spokane son waits for his diabetic father to return from the hospital, listening to his father's friends argue over Jesus' carpentry skills as they build a wheelchair ramp. An estranged interracial couple, separated in the midst of a traffic accident, rediscover their love for each other. A white drifter holds up an International House of Pancakes, demanding a dollar per customer and someone to love, and emerges with forty-two dollars and an overweight Indian he dubs Salmon Boy.Alexie's is a voice of remarkable passion, and these stories are love stories - between parents and children, white people and Indians, movie stars and ordinary people. Witty, tender, and fierce, the toughest Indian in the world is a virtuoso performance

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  • EAN


  • Disponibilité


  • Longueur

    19.8 cm

  • Largeur

    12.8 cm

  • Poids

    301 g

  • Distributeur


  • Support principal

    Grand format

Infos supplémentaires : Broché  

Sherman Alexie

  • Naissance : 7-10-1966
  • Age : 56 ans
  • Pays : Etats-unis
  • Langue : Anglais

Sherman Alexie est sans conteste l'un des écrivains américains
contemporains les plus singuliers et talentueux. Auteur de plusieurs
romans et recueils de nouvelles dont notamment Dix petits indiens, Flight,
Red blues et Danses de guerre tous publiés chez Albin Michel, Le Premier qui
pleure a perdu est son premier roman jeunesse, couronné par le National
Book Award 2007.