Anita Whiterock longs to have a part in her school's modern TV station, despite the objections of her Navajo grandfather, who believes technology interferes with tribal traditions. This cultural clash forces Anita to find a balance between the two....
|Title||:||Walks in Beauty|
|Number of Pages||:||182 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Walks in Beauty Reviews
I enjoyed reading this, but I knew I wouldn't recommend it to anyone else. This book isn't bad; it's a slice-of-life-on-the-Navajo-Res fiction, with due sensitivity to different cultures and the gender-divisions in traditional cultures. But it's just not all that great, either. The plot itself seems lifted from the 1950s-1970s. And while I'm not strict about this, I do feel that if one is going to write a book set in a Native American culture when one isn't a Native American, it's got to be really outstanding to make up for that; this one just isn't.