Frederick Mansfred Reader
This all-encompassing reader presents excerpts from novels and short stories from the lifework of Frederick Manfred. For the Midwest, Manfred's work epitomizes the literature of place. He coined the name "Siouland" to refer to the region in which most his work is set: MN, SD, IA. His many books tell of the ways of the Dakota before the coming of the whites, the early intrusions of the fur traders and "mountain men," the encroachments of settlers and soldiers, the growth of farming communities and the contemporary lifeways that developed from this history.
Published by: Holy Cow! Press
Format: Softcover, 512 pages, 9"x 6"