- Additional Authors
- Dyck, Reginald,
- ix, 445 pages; 24 cm.
- Series Statement
- American Indian literature and critical studies series ; volume 73
- Uniform Title
- American Indian literature and critical studies series ; v. 73.
- Domestic fiction.
- Originally published: Hyperion Books, 1998.
- Bibliography (note)
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Call Number
- JFE 21-7894
Sarris, Greg, author.
Watermelon nights : a novel / Greg Sarris ; afterword by Reginald Dyck.
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
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American Indian literature and critical studies series ; volume 73
American Indian literature and critical studies series ; v. 73.
Includes bibliographical references.
"Told from the points of view of a twenty-year-old Pomo man, his grandmother, and his mother, this intergenerational saga illuminates the experiences of urban Indians and depicts the historical conditions that shape a tribe's rural-to-urban migration. The novel deals with such topics as ethnic and racial prejudice, urban poverty, violence toward women, and LGBTQ identity. This new edition includes a revised preface by the author and an afterword by Reginald Dyck"-- Provided by publisher.
- Added Author
Dyck, Reginald, writer of afterword.
- Other Editions:
Reproduction of (manifestation): Sarris, Greg. Watermelon nights. New York : Hyperion, ©1998 425 pages ; 25 cm (DLC) 98021129 (OCoLC) 38966170
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