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From: Guest1/29/00 9:49 PM 
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I am totally loving Grand Avenue right now. I don't know why I haven't come across this man's writing before. I am also getting into another one of his called Watermelon Nights.

What an interesting background he has too.

BTW, has anyone read Silko's last book?


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From: Homalosa (homalosa1)1/29/00 10:53 PM 
To: Guest  (2 of 4) 
 174.2 in reply to 174.1 
Greg Sarris is an English professor at UCLA. I never had him for a class, but I sure heard great things about him then. Did I miss it or what?

From: Omoya (omoya1)1/31/00 3:00 PM 
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Hey--which Silko book do you mean? The last one I liked was "Almanac of the Dead," but you need to take your Prozac before you start! I did love the middle part, where she shows how Yoruba spirituality is so close to Southwestern Native--I found that out firsthand! I think I've missed a couple, since Yellow Woman, or whatever that was!

From: Guest1/31/00 3:40 PM 
To: Omoya (omoya1)  (4 of 4) 
 174.4 in reply to 174.3 
It was called Gardens in the Dunes or something I think. The copy at the NY Public library is NEVER there. I haven't read it yet. It may have come out in 98 or 99.



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