4 edition of The wolf at twilight found in the catalog.
The wolf at twilight
|LC Classifications||E99.D1 D346 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009032689|
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The Wolf at Twilight: An Elder's Journey through a Land of Ghosts and Shadows by Kent Nerburn is the second in a series. This book continues the story of Dan, a Lakota elder who contacted Kent to write about his life and thoughts on what happened to the Indian people/5().
The Wolf at Twilight is a multi-faceted book disguised as a fictionalized account of actual events. The book begins as the author receives a mysterious note telling him that the dog of an old friend has passed/5.
The Paperback of the The Wolf at Twilight: An Indian Elder's Journey through a Land of Ghosts and Shadows by Kent Nerburn at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Due to COVID, orders may be delayed/5(19). The Wolf at Twilight offers more of Dan's wisdom in a fictionalized account of an actual journey as the Lakota elder calls Nerburn to help him bury Fatback, an old and faithful Labrador who had been a beloved companion during the ninety year old's twilight years.
After that is done, Dan asks Nerburn to join him for another important mission. “Kent Nerburn offers a sensitive, insightful glimpse into a Lakota soul, a feat unattainable by most non-Native writers.”. — Joseph M. Marshall III, Sicangu Lakota, author of The Lakota Way and The Journey of Crazy Horse.
“Kent Nerburn’s creative and compassionate book [is] humorous, hilarious, and at times very sad.