Baker & Taylor A young American Indian returning from World War II searches for his place on his old reservation and in urban society
Blackwell North Amer
"There was a house made of dawn. It was made of pollen and of rain, and the land was very old and everlasting. . . ." --from House Made of DawnThis widely acclaimed novel tells the story of a young American Indian struggling to reconcile the traditional ways of his people with the demands of the twentieth century.Abel was raised to heed the voice of the land, the changes of the seasons, and the lessons taught by peyote. But once he returned from a foreign war and became exposed to the temptations of the wider world, Abel became a man lost to himself.