New York: Harper & Row, Publishers , 1968. First edition. Hardcover. 212 pp. Price of $4.95 on the front flap of the dust jacket. Momaday is an important First Nations author and this, his first novel, draws heavily on Momaday's early life and includes fictional portrayals of many actual events of which he had firsthand knowledge. A rich and compelling depiction of the Native American experience in the United States during the twentieth century. A very attractive copy of this 1969 Pulitzer Prize winning novel whose critical success helped bring Native American literature into the mainstream. Ahearn, Collected Books 4th Ed., 487. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item #00007710
A Near Fine book with very mild fading to the edges of the boards and a tiny orange stamp on the free front endpaper in a Near Fine dust jacket with a few hints of edge wear and a small spot of toning to the rear flap.