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About the Author: Allen Wier

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10 thoughts on “Tehano

  1. says:

    Tehano is a compelling book, very grounded in not just history alone, but also in humanity and the meaning of diversity.

  2. says:

    An epic with the brutality and tragedies of clashing cultures and mankind free of all civil strictures Settlers have their delusions and dreams of the west violently flayed away to find their true selves, or their ends Tehano is artfully constructed as a witness account Events pop up unforeshadowed to force characters to act without forethought, just as in life Consequences and reactions also follow truth One or two chapters of its over 700 pages could have used a little editorial reduction, but as a whole this is a masterwork.

  3. says:

    got this one at the library due to the dos passos award in 2008 verry longgg follows several individuals during the civil war period in texas former slaves, soldiers, indians i enjoyed the journeys, but the book ended abruptly.

  4. says:

    Much too long.

  5. says:

    This is the most neglected masterpiece of the past fifty years.

  6. says:

    Excellent reading Especially liked because I know alot of these places they are writing about Very well written.

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