Author(s): Susan Power
Inspired by the lore of her Sioux heritage, this "captivating"(New York Times Book Review) critically-acclaimed novel from Susan Power weaves the stories of the old and the young, of broken families, romantic rivals, men and women in love and at war... Set on a North Dakota reservation, The Grass Dancer reveals the harsh price of unfulfilled longings and the healing power of mystery and hope. Rich with drama and infused with the magic of the everyday, it takes readers on a journey through both past and present--in a tale as resonant and haunting as an ancestor's memory, and as promising as a child's dream. WINNER OF THE ERNEST HEMINGWAY FOUNDATION AWARD FOR FIRST FICTION
1995. A very good copy.