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Bluefeather Fellini

Evans, Max

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ISBN 10: 0870813072 / ISBN 13: 9780870813078
Published by University Press of Colorado, 1993
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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"Limited Collector's Edition" (#13 of 300), SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, hardcover in excellent, next-to-pristine condition (slightest hint of handling), IN SLIPCASE, also next-to-pristine. [2.1 lbs]. Bookseller Inventory # 58296

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Title: Bluefeather Fellini

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

Publication Date: 1993

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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Born in New Mexico at the end of World War I, Bluefeather Fellini is half-Pueblo Indian and half-Italian. Throughout his life, Bluefeather enjoys roaming and seeking his fortunes elsewhere, but he is always drawn back to Taos, the home of his Indian mother. During times of danger, he is visited by Dancing Bear, his spirit guide, who interjects ageless humor into situations when needed. And his Aunt Tulip Everhaven usually has a brew made from sagebrush that helps Bluefeather put his troubles into perspective.

"[Max Evans is] a sage voice of the West."--The New York Times

The narrative tone changes dramatically to describe Bluefeather's participation in D-Day and the subsequent push into Germany in harrowing, unsentimental detail; these nearly surreal passages are war writing at its best. . . . a highly engaging epic."--Publishers Weekly

"A strong sense of place permeates the text; the high-desert world of northern New Mexico provides realistic and spiritual elements that add mythic quality to a leisurely-told tale with a large cast of colorful characters. This is a work of peculiar power."--Library Journal

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This classic of American fiction tells the story of the travels of Bluefeather Fellini, a half-Pueblo Indian and half-Italian who always returns to his mother's home in Taos, New Mexico.

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