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Like eavesdropping on a fascinating conversation, the interview between Woodward and Momaday covers a multitude of topics. The obvious ones, of art, what it is and how it is created, the differences between writing and painting are discussed. History and indigenous identity, one of Momaday's constant themes, comes up and a little more light is shed on his views. However my favorite section was their talk about humor. Momaday is a funny guy, a little on the dry depreciating side but a funny guy a...more