By Raymond Kaquatosh
After his father’s demise, eight-year-old Ray used to be despatched to an Indian boarding tuition in Keshena. There he skilled isolation and depression, but additionally convenience and kindness. Upon his go back domestic, Ray remained a lonely boy in a whole condominium until eventually he met and befriended a lone trees wolf. the bizarre bond they shaped may final via either their lifetimes. As Ray grew right into a younger guy, he left the reservation extra usually. but every time he returned—from tuition and paintings, from carrier within the Marines, and at last from postwar Wausau along with his destiny wife—the wolf waited.
In this infrequent first-person narrative of a Menominee Indian’s coming of age, Raymond Kaquatosh stocks a narrative that's clever and irreverent, usually humorous, and in any case, deeply moving.
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