Mille Femmes Blanches

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On the trail of the Sioux

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In 1874, in Washington, President Grant accepts the incredible proposal of the Indian chief Little Wolf: to trade a thousand white women for horses and buffalo to promote the integration of the Indian people. If some women volunteered, most of them came from penitentiaries and asylums... One of them, May Dodd, learns her new life as a squaw and the rites of the Indians. Married to a powerful warrior, she discovers the violent fights between tribes and the ravages caused by alcohol.
Alongside women of all origins, she witnesses the agony of her adopted people... "A splendid, powerful and engaging novel. "Jim Harrison This book received the First Foreign Novel Award

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Technical specification

Publisher: Pocket
Collection : Pocket
Presentation : Paperback
Weight : 256g
Dimensions
11,0 cm × 17,8 cm × 2,5 cm
Number of Pages
506