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summer reading assignment
Thanks to whoever took the time to write this. Could be redone though. Seems a little sloppy.
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She should be included in that unfortunately short list of major Native American authors. Big oversight, in my little opinion. Apart from that, I am very grateful for these notes - helping me study for Praxis II English!