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Old Three Toes and Other Tales of Survival and Extinction

Series: American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Volume: 63

By: John Joseph Mathews (Author)

University of Oklahoma Press

Paperback | Jan 2015 | #220609 | ISBN-13: 9780806151205
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Mathews shows us the world through the animals' eyes and ears and noses. His convincing portrayals of their intelligence recall the fiction of Jack London and Ernest Thompson Seton. Like these literary ancestors, Mathews originally intended his nature stories for boys. But the stories transcend boundaries of age, gender, and geography. Mathews writes not just to inspire his readers with nature's beauty but to demonstrate the interrelatedness of humans, animals, and the landscapes in which they interact.


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