Ordinary Wolves

I just read and will reread Ordinary Wolves by Seth Kantner, an extraordinary, frostbitten novel about Arctic and familial survival during northernmost wild America's increasing encounters with "civilization." Well seasoned with Inupiaq words and expressions (glossary provided), this book contrasts being with having.

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