SON OF OLD MAN HAT: A Navaho Autobiography by Walter As told by Dyk

SON OF OLD MAN HAT: A Navaho Autobiography

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KIRKUS REVIEW

As a human document and primary source material o Indian life and thought and emotion, this is an extraordinary story. It is a book which will have its sale largely to anthropologists and sociologists, and others interested in understanding the Indian way of thought and action. Don't sell to the home missions crowd -- it is a bit raw for them! No self-consciousness about the natural functions. Little reserve about sex. And it is not for the wild west addict -- for there is virtually no adventure, simply a chronological record of a childhood, boyhood, youth and manhood.

Pub Date: Oct. 27th, 1938
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace