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Books Like Four Mountain Wolves by Leslie Marmon Silko | Suggesting Reading

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Barry Lopez's 1978 study Of Wolves and Men is an eloquent, lyrical study of the animal that inspires a primitive fear in humans. Lopez's book is not quite a monograph, not quite an expressive essay, and not quite a scientific study; rather, it is a meditation on this animal, both its real and mythical characteristics.

Native American Renaissance by Kenneth Lincoln was one of the first, and remains one of the most important, studies of the flowering of writing by Native American authors in the late 1960s and the 1970s. Lincoln looks at large themes and specific authors, and spends much time discussing Silko's work.

The Crossing by El Paso-based novelist Cormac McCarthy is primarily a story of a young New Mexico cowboy who travels back and forth across the Mexican-U.S. border. However, the novel begins with an unforgettable story of how this main character...

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