In Briefcase Warriors, a collection of six fast-paced,
thought-provoking plays, E. Donald Two-Rivers presents an intricate
and multifaceted view of contemporary American Indian urban life.
Alternately sad, humorous, or discomfiting, these plays range from
one-act vignettes accessible to young adults to extended portrayals
of the seedier side of urban existence. Fast-talking and
hard-living, the characters depicted by Two-Rivers struggle to
survive the sometimes hostile environs of a society whose members
think of them as a vanishing race.
The plays included are: Winter Summit or the Bang-Bang Incident;
Forked Tongues; Chili Corn; Coyote Sits in Judgment; Shattered
Dream; and Old Indian Trick (An Old Urban Indian Story as Told by
an Old Urban Indian Who May Have Lied).
University of Oklahoma Press
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||229 x 140 x 25mm (L x W x T)
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