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By Conrad Richter
  • Book ID : 9780804150187
  • Publisher : Knopf
  • Pages : 176
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reads : 255
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  • File Pdf: a-country-of-strangers.pdf

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A "chronicle of a white girl captive of the Indians returned against her will to her white home . . . Her reception here, her rejection and that of her Indian son by her Caucasian father and sister . . . the conflicts of her Indian upbringing with the white way are related."

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