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"In the Washington State University library, her version of Sherwood Forest, Corliss walked the poetry stacks. She endured a contentious and passionate relationship with this library. The huge number of books confirmed how much magic she'd been denied for most of her life, and now she hungrily wanted to read every book on every shelf." ("The Search Engine," pg. 5)

"She knew there would come a day when white folks finally understood that Indians are every bit as relentlessly boring, selfish, and smelly as they are and that would be a wonderful day for human rights but a terrible day for Corliss." ("The Search Engine," pg. 11)

"When they were young, some authority figure had told them to pick up a wrench, and so they picked up the wrench and never considered what would happen if they picked up a pencil or...

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