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There There
There There

There There

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Galleon Product ID 39851703
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Product Description “Powerful. . . .  a revelation.” —The New York Times   “With a literary authority rare in a debut novel, it places Native American voices front and center before readers’ eyes.” —NPR/Fresh Air   One of The New York Times 10 Best Books of the Year and winner of the PEN/Hemingway Award, Tommy Orange’s wondrous and shattering bestselling novel follows twelve characters from Native communities: all traveling to the Big Oakland Powwow, all connected to one another in ways they may not yet realize. Among them is Jacquie Red Feather, newly sober and trying to make it back to the family she left behind. Dene Oxendene, pulling his life together after his uncle’s death and working at the powwow to honor his memory. Fourteen-year-old Orvil, coming to perform traditional dance for the very first time. Together, this chorus of voices tells of the plight of the urban Native American—grappling with a complex and painful history, with an inheritance of beauty and spirituality, with communion and sacrifice and heroism. Hailed as an instant classic,  There There is at once poignant and unflinching, utterly contemporary and truly unforgettable.   One of the Best Books of the Year: The Washington Post, NPR, Time, O, The Oprah Magazine, The Dallas Morning News, GQ, Entertainment Weekly, BuzzFeed, San Francisco Chronicle, The Boston Globe Review “An astonishing literary debut.” —Margaret Atwood “Masterful. . . . White-hot. . . Devastating.” — The Washington Post   “Pure soaring beauty.” — The New York Times Book Review   “Stunning.” — The Boston Globe   “Brilliantly, furiously, magnificently, tragically, the story of America.” — Elle   “Heartbreaking.” — Esquire   “Electrifying.” — Entertainment Weekly   “Brilliant, propulsive.” — People “Powerful. . . . There There has so much jangling energy and brings so much news from a distinct corner of American life that it’s a revelation.” — The New York Times “Exquisite. . . . [An] exceptional debut. . . . Sublimely render[s] the truth of experiences that are passed over.” — San Francisco Chronicle   “With a literary authority rare in a debut novel, it places Native American voices front and center before readers’ eyes.” —NPR/ Fresh Air “Mr. Orange’s sparkling debut is not merely a literary triumph but a cultural and political one, too. It is a work of defiance and recovery.” — The Economist “Powerful. . . . As contemporary, tragic, and American as a breaking news alert.” — The Christian Science Monitor “Stunning.” — Mother Jones “How do you rewrite the story of a people? This question shapes Tommy Orange’s sorrowful, beautiful debut novel. . . . Even in its tragic details, it is lyrical and playful, shaking and shimmering with energy.” — The Guardian “Gripping. . . . Unforgettable. . . . There There paints a vivid portrait of American lives few readers have ever known.” — Bustle “Reader, I must confirm:  There There really is an extremely good book. . . . This is a trim and powerful book, a careful exploration of identity and meaning in a world that makes it hard to define either. Go ahead and go there there.” —Constance Grady, Vox “This is the kind of novel you finish and immediately need your book club to read so you can talk about it with other people. . . . It’s also a powerful reminder of the ability of narrative to move minds.” — GOOP “Staggering. . . . Expertly rendered. . . . Orange successfully refutes the idea of a monolithic Native American identity.” — Buzzfeed “As funny as it is heartbreaking, tracking the multigenerational story of twelve Native Americans with themes of violence, identity, and despair.” — PopSugar “Orange’s novel is one of healing, pulling together the intimacies of family, community, history, and violence.” — The Rumpus “An ambitious and galvanizing novel. . . . It’s somehow a page-turner at the same time, propelled by the incandescent energy of Orange’s prose.” — Thrillist “Bursting with talent and big ide