The Bird is Gone

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  • Author : Stephen Graham Jones
  • Publisher : University of Alabama Press
  • Pages : 173 pages
  • ISBN : 1573661090
  • Rating : /5 from reviews
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The Bird is Gone

The Bird is Gone
  • Author : Stephen Graham Jones
  • Publisher : University of Alabama Press
  • Release : 04 September 2003
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In an alternate history story in which the American government returns the Great Plains to Native Americans, a group of characters at a bowling alley discovers a copy of a treaty signed by a reluctant General Sherman that effectively gives all of the Americas back to Native Americans. Original. (General Fiction)

Ledfeather

Ledfeather
  • Author : Stephen Graham Jones
  • Publisher : University of Alabama Press
  • Release : 10 August 2008
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After burning up the blacktop in New Mexico with The Fast Red Road and rewriting Indian history on the Great Plains with The Bird is Gone, Stephen Graham Jones now takes us to Montana. Set on a Blackfeet Indian reservation, the life of one Indian boy, Doby Saxon, is laid bare through the eyes of those who witness it: his near-death experience, his suicide attempts, his brief glimpse of victory, and the unnecessary death of one of his best friends.

The Birds Have Also Gone

The Birds Have Also Gone
  • Author : Yashar Kemal
  • Publisher : Random House
  • Release : 24 March 2016
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There is an ancient Turkish tradition which promises a place in paradise to anyone who sets a small bird free. Three boys start up a bird-catching business to enable people to free them in order to secure their place in heaven, but the city-dwellers have become sceptical, and tragedy lies in wait for the boys.

A Life Gone to the Birds

A Life Gone to the Birds
  • Author : Al Batt
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 15 September 2013
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Humorist, writer, speaker, and birder, Al Batt writes a knee-slappin?, belly-laughin?, eyes-waterin? fun book. Al is one of the most kind, genuine, and motivating human beings due to his deep love of people and birds. This guy knows how to spin a yarn and twist a word for my reading pleasure. A mash-up of Norman Rockwell and Bill Cosby. One normally doesn?t think about comedic timing in writing, but Al Batt?s got it. There are many funny people

The Fictions of Stephen Graham Jones

The Fictions of Stephen Graham Jones
  • Author : Billy J. Stratton
  • Publisher : University of New Mexico Press
  • Release : 01 December 2016
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Even as Stephen Graham Jones generates a dizzying range of brilliant fiction, his work remains strikingly absent from scholarly conversations about Native and western American literature, owing in part to his unapologetic embrace of popular genres such as horror and science fiction. Steeped in dense narrative references, literary and historical allusions, and experimental postmodern stylings, his fiction informs a broad array of literary and popular conversations. The Fictions of Stephen Graham Jones is the first collection of scholarship on Jones’

Providence of a Sparrow

Providence of a Sparrow
  • Author : Chris Chester
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 16 May 2021
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In the years since Chris Chester and his wife Rebecca rescued a featherless baby bird--a creature with all the initial appeal of "a testicle with a beak" --they've had plenty of time to consider and reconsider their eccentric lifestyle. The upstairs floor of their home in Portland has become an indoor aviary. There is B's room, which he shares with a varying number of finches; the canary room; and the room housing the three subsequent foundling sparrows they've adopted: Baby,

Where Have All the Birds Gone

Where Have All the Birds Gone
  • Author : John Terborgh
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 21 December 1989
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"Things are going wrong with our environment," writes John Terborgh, "even the parts of it that are nominally protected. If we wait until all the answers are in, we may find ourselves in a much worse predicament than if we had taken notice of the problem earlier. By waiting, one risks being too late; on the other hand, there can be no such thing as being too early." Terborgh's warnings are essential reading for all who care about migratory birds