I Heard the Owl Call My Name | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Elaine Moss

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Critical Essay by Elaine Moss

A book thoughtful readers will surely return to again and again is Margaret Craven's I Heard the Owl Call My Name. The Red Indian philosophy, firmly rooted in nature, is both a challenge to modern man and an undeniable comfort…. As the book gets under way—the early pages are not very easily digested—the reader's view of life and sense of the passing years will change along with Mark's. For the acceptance of Mark by the Indians, their trust in him, and their quiet decision to bestow on him the blessing of being one of their family replace time (which is running out for Mark) by eternity…. It is hard to imagine a more complete and fulfilling book than this.

Elaine Moss, "The Sins of Our Fathers," in The...

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