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TOMMY ORANGE is a professor in the MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts. He is a registered member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes of Oklahoma. He was born and raised in the Oakland, California and currently resides in the Angels Camp, California.

BookThere There
AuthorTommy Orange
LanguageEnglish
Size2.4 MB
Pages292
CategoryNovel

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Among them is Jacquie Red Feather, newly sober and trying to get back to the family she left behind. Dene Oxendene, who rebuilt her life after her uncle’s death and works at the powwow to honor his memory. 14-year-old Orvil comes to perform a traditional dance for the first time.

Together, this chorus of voices speaks to the plight of urban Native Americans as they grapple with a complex and painful history, with a legacy of beauty and spirituality, with community, sacrifice and heroism.

Hailed as an instant classic, There There is simultaneously poignant and unabashed, utterly contemporary and truly unforgettable.

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This book. It has an impact like no other, and I was mesmerized as the stories began to intertwine and come to a head, a final moment that reunites the characters in this gripping tale that transcends multiple generations. Exciting is an understatement…when all was said and done and the novel stalled, I felt it pick up momentum. I don’t think I can describe how deep and beautiful this novel is. I can’t do it justice. But he left me a backup.

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Tommy Orange’s novel is difficult to begin with. When I first started listening to audio books I thought I would hate it. It didn’t make any sense to me.

The prologue, which is part of the novel and must be read, begins with a candid retelling of history as Americans know it, revealing what the history books fail to teach us and shedding light on the part of the story we would like it to be . forgotten and swept under the rug, never to be seen again. I thought to myself, “Is this novel a history lesson?” no but yes Although fictional, it contains many truths, and unfortunately, the experiences of many of these characters are all too real.

For those who were affected by our nation’s bloody history in the past are also affected in our present, and Orange makes this very clear when his novel opens with the first story of our twelve storytellers, Tony Loneman.

To tell the truth, the first story, Tony’s story, wasn’t how I would start this novel. I found it a bit dry and wasn’t sure where Orange was going with the novel. Then the second narrator took over and I saw no obvious connection and I asked myself, “Is this novel just a collection of short stories?” The stories were just there and I didn’t like them.

It was just unhooked stories. But as I continued, I began to see the methodically woven connections between the characters that lead us all, the narrator and the reader, to a final moment in the powwow; all of these twelve characters are perfectly connected, even if they don’t know it yet. And as their stories continue, adding to what we already know, and beginning to converge at the Oakland Coliseum, the novel takes hold and generates feelings of intense foreboding through Orange’s use of dramatic irony.

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I was blown away by the interlude, from which I quoted a particularly impressive passage above, and knew without a doubt that this novel was a five-star read. Orange is practical and addresses issues that we have struggled as a nation for far too long while still trying to sweep the truth under the rug to avoid facing the reality of our current world, or who we are, and our filthy to make history.

And while the above interlude is just that, and the narrators barely touch on what is explicitly said above, it is not a novel steeped in politics or in your face, it is there, calling out to the reader and reminding us that privilege does exist that some are luckier than others, and that if we are to survive in this heartbreaking world, we must unite, understand one another, and end the struggle. This novel is intense.

When There There was over, I was speechless. Firstly, I couldn’t believe Orange would leave us like this, but secondly, it’s so incredibly beautiful, thought-provoking and intense.

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