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Traplines by Eden Robinson (1996, first edition)

Traplines by Eden Robinson (1996, first edition)

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Traplines, by Eden Robinson (Henry Holt & Co., 1996), hardcover, 215 pp. First edition.

Vivid, edgy short stories full of local color, written by a rising literary star who comes from the Kitamaat Village (Haisla) Indian Reserve in British Columbia, Canada (author of “Monkey Beach”).

Hardcover, with dust jacket in clear protector. Former library copy but with little wear other than usual library markings and small stain on inside flap. Image is of actual item.

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Keywords: Northwest Coast, American Indians, First Nations, fiction, Native Americans, indigenous, aboriginal, tribal
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