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Ordinary Wolves: A Novel (Milkweed National Fiction Prize)

Kantner, Seth

Published by Milkweed Editions, U.S.A., 2004
ISBN 10: 1571310444 / ISBN 13: 9781571310446
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Title: Ordinary Wolves: A Novel (Milkweed National ...

Publisher: Milkweed Editions, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: As New

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Edition: 1st Edition

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Synopsis: A stirring and vivid novel about a white boy raised among natives on the harsh Alaskan tundra, Ordinary Wolves depicts a life different from what most people have ever known. In its pages, Cutuk, a boy equally uncomfortable in the ways of whites and Inupiaq, tells of his youth and young adulthood: of his father, who brought his family to Alaska from Chicago before Cutuk's birth; of his adopted Inupiaq family; and of the vast Arctic expanse beneath the frozen sky. It is here that Cutuk grows up - hunting, fishing, and living off the land, far away from the grinding, yet beckoning, machine of consumer culture.

Dispelling all mythical visions of Alaska, this evocative novel leads readers down its true trails, to feel the icy pinch of cold, to hunker as blizzards moan overhead. And in the twilit spaces from which animals appear are the wolves - and Cutuk's father - living their lives out on the tundra, unobtrusive, unapologetic, uninvolved in the world beyond.

About the Author: Seth Kantner — trapper, fisherman, photographer, igloo-builder, and acclaimed author of Ordinary Wolves — was born in a sod igloo on the Alaskan tundra and raised on the land, wearing mukluks before they were fashionable, eating boiled caribou pelvis, and trading and living with the Iñupiaq, the people native to the region. Kantner attended the University of Alaska and the University of Montana, where he received a B. A. in journalism. Kantner?s writings and photographs have appeared in Outside, Prairie Schooner, Alaska, and Reader?s Digest, among other anthologies and publications. His work and writing have earned him the Whiting Writers Award, the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award, and the Milkweed National Fiction Prize among many others. He lives with his wife and daughter in northwest Alaska.

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