Charles Eastman, otherwise known as Hakadah, was a full-blooded Sioux who learned the manners and stoical ways of patience and bravery expected of every Indian boy. This book is a first-hand account of his life until the age of 15.More
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good book in my opinion I would say get it
- ron "I own auto restoration business, do custom painting. and Im an Audible-aholic. Im getting rite educated two."
Simple But Authentic and Enriching
Maybe. This book is a bit hard to classify as it certainly has its charm but also a flatness both in the writing and in the delivery. Yet it has a ring of authenticity in relating the Plains Indian lifestyle that was informative and evoked respect for the heritage of a culture that is all but gone.
This is a nonfiction biography ending at the age of fifteen.
The odd flatness of the narration was perhaps forced by the nature of the writing. It has an awkwardness reminiscent of a translation, but in this case it is primarily a cultural translation rather than linguistic.
Yes, definitely. It might even be interesting for both a parent and child to undertake together.