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The Toughest Indian in the World A Beloved American Writer Whose Books Are Championed By Critics And Readers Alike, Sherman Alexie Has Been Hailed By Time As One Of The Better New Novelists, Indian Or Otherwise In These Stories, We Meet The Kind Of American Indians We Rarely See In Literature The Kind Who Pay Their Bills, Hold Down Jobs, Fall In And Out Of Love A Spokane Indian Journalist Transplanted From The Reservation To The City Picks Up A Hitchhiker, A Lummi Boxer Looking To Take On The Toughest Indian In The World A Spokane Son Waits For His Diabetic Father To Come Home From The Hospital, Tossing Out The Hershey Kisses The Father Has Hidden All Over The House An Estranged Interracial Couple, Separated In The Midst Of A Traffic Accident, Rediscover Their Love For Each Other A White Drifter Holds Up An International House Of Pancakes, Demanding A Dollar Per Customer And Someone To Love, And Emerges With 42 And An Overweight Indian He Dubs Salmon Boy Sherman Alexie S Voice Is One Of Remarkable Passion, And These Stories Are Love Stories Between Parents And Children, White People And Indians, Movie Stars And Ordinary People Witty, Tender, And Fierce, The Toughest Indian In The World Is A Virtuoso Performance By One Of The Country S Finest Writers.

About the Author: Sherman Alexie

Sherman J Alexie, Jr., was born in October 1966 A Spokane Coeur d Alene Indian, he grew up on the Spokane Indian Reservation in Wellpinit, WA, about 50 miles northwest of Spokane, WA Alexie has published 18 books to date Alexie is an award winning and prolific author and occasional comedian Much of his writing draws on his experiences as a modern Native American Sherman s best known works include The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven, Smoke Signals, and The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian He lives in Seattle, Washington.

10 thoughts on “The Toughest Indian in the World

  1. says:

    Wowzers I ve been saving this one for a while, almost in an IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, BREAK GLASS kind of way And now that I m somewhat homebound with a ruptured achilles I finally indulged in this perfect collection of

  2. says:

    Sherman Alexie really kicks ass, doesn t he I always approached the tenth most attractive white woman at any gathering I didn t have enough looks, charm, intelligence, or money to approach anybodyattractive than that, and I d

  3. says:

    I can t believe it s taken me this long to know this Alexie book exists It s by far one of my favorites I am amazed by the intensity, brilliance, and emotion of Alexie s writing in these short stories I think they rank right up there

  4. says:

    AMBIVALENCEThe silence is not about hate or pain or fear Indians just like to believe that white people will vanish, perhaps explode into smoke, if they are ignored enough timesThe Toughest Indian in the World p 22 I absolutely love Sherman Al

  5. says:

    One or two I didn t especially like, though each and every one of them is a pretty great short story But I loved the ones I loved, and am rather in awe that one person wrote all of them, and the way they play with sexuality and identity and belonging f

  6. says:

    My prior experience with Sherman Alexie was An Absolutely True Diary of a Part time Indian, which was great and absolutely wrecked me I was saving this book for a time I needed some feelings And there are feelings a plenty to be found in these short stories, es

  7. says:

    Outstanding, just like all of Alexie s other work I have and will continue to read I won t add muchas I ve written volumes about Alexie s wonderful exposition of what it means to be Indian and the concept of race and how it divides A fantastic collection of short storie

  8. says:

    This collection of short stories spans many different genres realistic fiction, magic realism, sci fi all exploring the identity of the American Indian Some were better than others, but it was one of the most cohesive short story collections I have ever encountered Alexie uses t

  9. says:

    Sexually speaking, Indian women and men are simultaneously promiscuous and modest That s a contradiction, but it also happens to be the truth That true contradiction is a tidy way to sum up the style of this collection Promiscuous and modest, tough and vulnerable, stoic and maudlin, eleg

  10. says:

    I ve been meaning to read one of Alexie s books for a while, especially since I taught the short story Dear John Wayne in the class I TA ed last fall Unfortunately, I found the short story collection The Toughest Indian in the World to be disappointingly uneven Part of this may be the result of A

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