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"When the wild herds were destroyed, so too was the will of the Kiowa people; there was nothing to sustain them in spirit." Prologue, pg. 3

"To look upon that landscape in the early morning, with the sun at your back, is to lose the sense of proportion." Introduction, pg. 5

"My grandmother had a reverence for the sun, a holy regard that now is all but gone out of mankind." Introduction, pg. 8

"They called themselves Kwuda, "coming out." Chapter 1, pg. 16

"Before there were horses the Kiowas had need of dogs. That was a long time ago, when dogs could talk." Chapter 3, pg. 20

"One of the boys held the calf's liver - still warm and wet with life - in his hand, eating of it with great relish." Chapter 5, pg. 25

"The grandmother spider told him never to throw the ring into the sky, but one day he threw it up, and...

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