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Books Like The Grass Dancer by Susan Power | Suggesting Reading

Susan Power
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What Do I Read Next?

Susan Power's Strong Heart Society (2001), tells the stories of three Native Americans—a Sioux from South Dakota, a Vietnamveteran, and a powwow princess—in a braid of tales set in the city ofChicago.

In Reinventing the Enemy's Language: Contemporary Native American Women's Writings of North America (1998), editors Joy Harjo and Gloria Bird present a collection of writings by Native-American women.

Native-American women share their lives in the autobiographical stories presented in American Indian Women: Telling Their Lives (1987), edited by Gretchen M. Bataille.

Jane B. Katz, editor, presents more true stories of Native-American women in Messengers of the Wind: Native American Women Tell Their Life Stories (1996).

Paula Gunn Allen's The Sacred Hoop: Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions (1992), first published in 1986, documents the continuing vitality of the Native-American tradition and of women's leadership within that tradition.

In Speaking for the Generations: Native Writers on Writing...

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