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Frank Waters


Interviewed by: Rebekah Presson

Catalog Number: 19910712, 19900413

Perhaps the greatest of southwestern writers, Frank Waters has been nominated twice for the Nobel Prize in literature. In this program he reads from his novel The Man Who Killed the Deer and talks about his exploration of the collision between European and Native American cultures.

| Subject Matter: Native American Culture, The Southwest | Interview Year: 1990 | Genre: Fiction | Awards: New Mexico Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts |

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