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Old 02-10-2008, 10:41 AM   #21
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Tales of Macabre and Horror
HP Lovecraft

He has many compilations and whole stories out there in print. Borders or Barnes & Noble, Walden, etc will have him.


For any lover of horror or mystery and fantasy, HP is a must ya'll. He's the Grandfather of Sci-Fi/Horror save Edgar Allan Poe. Yes I have compared him to Edgar Allen Poe, and hell Shakespeare, why the hell not; far as greatness goes. And the guy was a total nut, not that Edgar or Shakespeare weren't. But it sure helps writing doesn't it!
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As far as fiction is concerned, just about anything by Louise Erdrich and Alexie Sherman. I also liked The Grass Dancer by Susan Power. I am re-reading Perma Red by Debra Magpie Earling. House Made of Dawn by M. Scott Momaday was also an amazing book. Just throw in anything else by M. Scott Momaday. Paula Gunn Allen also put together a couple of great anthologies of American Indian Literature: Voice of the Turtle, and Song of the Turtle.

The Broken Cord, by Michael Dorris, was also a powerful read. It is about his experience of adopting a child with fetal alcohol syndrome. Maybe this has been corrected in further editions, but the last 75 pages of my edition looked as if they were added as an afterthought, and really did not fit in the flow of the book.

Thanks for this thread. Now you have me looking back at my library.
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Choke, Fight Club, Diary: Chuck Palaniuk
so far i've loved everything by chuck palahniuk , he has a wonderfully twisted view on life.
his books are never the same ol, same ol....
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I agree with you SheTurtle, Louise Erdrich, and Sherman Alexie are two of my favorite Authors, Louise Erdrich's book the Bingo Palace was one I just reread, very good. As far as twisted, Stephen King style, I have to give it up to my cousin Paul Tremblay, some of his books make your hair stand up. The last book I just read though and reccomend is "Eat, Pray, Love" by Elizabeth Gilbert. Very good book, especially the begining when she is in Italy, if you are a foodie you will definatly enjoy reading about her trip through Italy.
Currently I just finished that book, looking for another good book to delve into, suggestions are more than welcome. :)
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so i was in abarnes & noble looking for something to read and i came across the "native american section"... which was like 2 shelves.
and i was really disappointed at the new age crap that was mixed into that section.
anyway.... i'm still looking for something good to read.
any books you'd recommend?
The Broken Circle: A True Story of Murder and Magic in Indian Country
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In 1974, three white high school students were were charged with the murders of two Indians in New Mexico. The crime became nationally renowned after the militant wing of the Navajo nation interpreted the slayings as an example of racial prejudice. This work is a revealing portrait of the way Indians and Anglos live together today.
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If you like mysteries.......Jean Hagar writes Molly Bearpaw mysteries taken place around Tahlequah, OK that are pretty good.

For westerns........Robert Conley has written some good books....."Ned Christy's War" is a good one.
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I just finished Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. (it took me so long because i'd get so angry i'd have to take a break...) but it really should be required reading in schools today.
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lol Now go back and read it once or twice more to get a better understanding.
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anything by Drew Hayden Taylor. He is so funny and when it comes to whats in a bookstore it is nice to remember what a great sense of humour our people have. My kids are reading the books by Luther Standing Bear for English.
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I just finished On the Rez by Ian Frazier not too long ago. I thoroughly enjoyed his writing style. I've recommended the book to a number of people, specifically for the chapters about Su Ann Big Crow.

Although I wonder what y'all (esp. those of you from Pine Ridge) thought about the book.

Another good book is Arts of Diplomacy: Lewis & Clark's Indian Collection by Castle McLaughlin. If you're interested in material culture, it is fascinating.
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by Rodney Barker

In 1974, three white high school students were were charged with the murders of two Indians in New Mexico. The crime became nationally renowned after the militant wing of the Navajo nation interpreted the slayings as an example of racial prejudice. This work is a revealing portrait of the way Indians and Anglos live together today.
read this book around 15yrs ago....i have it....good read
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Hanta Yo

I wonder if anyone ever read the book Hanta Yo by Ruth Beebe Hill and what do you think of it?

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Somehow, with college and my parents living and working in Spain, I missed the firestorm Hanta Yo had ignited back home during its initial release. So, one the summer in the early 80's when I was stuck in Heathrow airport for a day and half, with only the selection of paperbacks in the airport newsstand, I unknowingly bought the ponderous tome and read the whole thing. I was in my angry, activist phase back then. I tortured anyone who made the mistake of sitting next to me with my opinions on the passages I had just read:) I will do so again.

For the moment, we'll ignore the odd, Tonto-esque dialogue, and the much disputed tale that it was written in a ancient form of Dakota, then translated into English. Or her claims we didn't have the concepts of "forgive", "doubt", "we" or a handful of other intellectual tricks of which we were apparently incapable, until the nice people from Europe taught us how.

The author did do her homework. If you are even passingly familiar with the ethnographic literature on the Lakota and Dakota, you will be able to point to specific sources for various aspects of Lakota ceremonial ritual and social organization she describes. All some sections needed were footnotes to the references. This certainly lends the tale a patina of authenticity.

But, the storyline grossly distorts Lakota culture. From the ritualization of certain sex acts -- acts which violated the powerful, traditional standards of modesty -- to characters acting total defiance of standards of kinship behavior to outright sacrilege, Lakota culture is twisted.

The combination makes it a dangerous book. It is like teaching a child 1+1=2, 2+2=4, 3+3=7

But Drs DeMaille, Medicine, Douville, and Deloria give Hanta Yo its much deserved trouncing far better than I can.

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