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The Map of Who We Are

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The Map of Who We Are is Lawrence R. Smith's epic vision of the last one thousand years of American history. A work of astonishing breadth and imagination, the novel combines Native American myth and prophecy, Chinese alchemy, and European esotericism to depict a radical transformation in our sense of who we are and where we belong. Central to the novel are the Travelers, ...more
Hardcover, 308 pages
Published October 1st 1997 by University of Oklahoma Press
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This was a difficult but interesting book. I didn't quite like it due to the post-modern style, but the message it portrays is very intriguing. This is a thought provoking book. It stays with you a long time.

One aspect that has stayed with me is the idea that even though the Native American's way of life was destroyed, they would still live on, penetrate the next generations. They would not die. There was a lot of jumping around in time, so this idea was able to reveal itself in the book. If I
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