#1588 – Tommy Orange

December 25, 2018 00:25:24
#1588 – Tommy Orange
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#1588 – Tommy Orange
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Tommy Orange’s powerful and urgent Native American voice has exploded onto the landscape of contemporary fiction. His debut novel, “There There,” interweaves the experiences of twelve people who gather in Oakland for a pow wow. It is a multigenerational story about violence, recovery, hope, and loss. Originally aired as The Book Show #1561.

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