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Author Leslie Marmon Silko

Publisher Penguin Group 1977

Binding Paperback

Condition Good with tanning due to age


Title: Ceremony 1977 by Leslie Marmon Silko - Vintage Paperback Edition

Embark on a poignant journey with "Ceremony" by Leslie Marmon Silko, a profound narrative set against the backdrop of post-World War II America. In this vintage paperback edition, Tayo, a young Native American soldier, grapples with the haunting memories of his captivity in Japan and the profound sense of displacement upon returning to the Laguna Pueblo reservation.

As Tayo navigates the complexities of his inner turmoil, he seeks solace and redemption amidst a landscape scarred by alcoholism and violence. His quest for healing takes him deep into the heart of his indigenous heritage, where ancient traditions and stories hold the key to understanding his own suffering and the world around him.

Through Tayo's transformative journey, "Ceremony" explores themes of resilience, cultural identity, and the enduring power of tradition in the face of adversity. Silko's lyrical prose invites readers to immerse themselves in a rich tapestry of Native American mythology and folklore, where the search for meaning becomes a sacred ritual of renewal and rebirth.

Experience the timeless wisdom of "Ceremony" as Tayo confronts his inner demons and discovers the healing power of reconnecting with his ancestral roots. This evocative tale of redemption and hope continues to resonate with readers, offering a profound exploration of the human spirit's capacity to overcome despair and find strength in the embrace of tradition.

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