Touched by Thunder by Waylon Gary White Deer

By Waylon Gary White Deer

Touched via Thunder is a unprecedented trip of remembering that deeply explores Indigenous event via autobiography, tale, music, poetry, and paintings. An commemorated artist and pupil, White Deer weaves an multilayered international of adolescence and kin, tribal groups, Indian boarding colleges, celebrities and presidents, tribal elders and monks, robbers and rioters, Irish and Muslim immigrants or even the prophet Bubba. The swirling textual content is illuminated with sixteen of his unique work published in complete colour, in addition to black and white sketches. White Deer’s creative and visionary ebook traverses the fields of background, Indigenous and primary countries experiences, memoir, and the humanities, and is an engrossing learn for a wide audience.

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