SEVEN ARROWS by Hyemeyohsts Storm

SEVEN ARROWS

KIRKUS REVIEW

Whether viewed as an anthropological novel or novel anthropology, Mr. Storm's unusual book describing the collapse and destruction of the Plains Indian culture during the 1860's provides not only a stinging narrative of genocide but an introduction to Cheyenne mores and philosophy. The illustrations -- an outstanding feature -- include 25 line drawings, 150 half-tone photographs, and 13 color plates. Storm is an Indian and this is an affirmation of his heritage.

Pub Date: May 10th, 1972
Publisher: Harper & Row