CRY DANCE A Novel of the American Indian by Coe Hayne

CRY DANCE A Novel of the American Indian

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Uplifting and enlightening tripe, with elevating overtones -- pretty awful. A story of a university boy and girl who go to the Sierras to help solve the Indian problem. The girl does field work with an inspiring older woman; the boy, headed for the ministry, works with a preacher. Good deeds heaped on good deeds, shooting now and again, adventure in a snowstorm, and romance to boot.

Publisher: Harper