Summer 1993 • Vol. XV No. 3 Book Reviews |

Betrayals and Boundaries: A Question of Balance

South America Mi Hija by Sharon Doubiago. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1992. 298 pages. $12.95, paper. The Business of Fancydancing by Sherman Alexie. Brooklyn: Hanging Loose Press, 1992. 84 pages. $10.00, paper. Among the Dog Eaters by Adrian C. Louis. Albuquerque: West End Press, 1992. 90 pages. $9.95, paper. At the Helm of Twilight by Anita Endrezze. Seattle: Broken Moon Press, 1992. 120 pages. $12.95, paper. The Ice Lizard by Judith Johnson. Riverdale-on-Hudson: Sheep Meadow Press, 1992. $12.95, paper. Exploring these five volumes while following the progress of a skillful campaigner toward presidential election has left me reeling and thoughtful, provoked by the tremendous resonance of the word politics. It has been bracing to watch Bill Clinton succeed out of sheer refusal to fold under attack, and also to hear his voice raised against the voices of his opponents who, however benign their intentions might be, have judged others' behavior in l

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To Speak on Behalf

By Leslie Ullman

South America Mi Hija by Sharon Doubiago. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1992. 298 pages. $12.95, paper. The Business of Fancydancing by Sherman Alexie. Brooklyn: Hanging Loose Press, 1992. 84 […]

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