Thirty-One Trees (Paperback)
|Author: Laura Grace Solly|
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|When a spirited Irish-Canadian journalist with a flair for getting involved in thorny situations returns to her motheras hometown in search of clues to her past, she finds herself swept up in a conflict that plunges the tiny rural community and its adjoining reservation into chaos, making it the center of international attention. Thirty-One Trees takes a hard look at a situation reflected all over North America more times than anyone cares to think about: the abuse heaped upon aboriginal peoples in an age considered by many to be past prejudice. aOne thing the white man has always valued,a remarks Frank Fineday, spiritual leader of his people, ais land.a But land is so much more than physical property. This is the idea that takes the foreground in Thirty-One Trees. As the heroine in time comes to realize: aMy land: how can so much be said in so few words.a|