Red Rooms

Red Rooms

Book - 2011
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Red Rooms is a unique journey articulating the lives of the Native patrons of an urban hotel as seen through the eyes of the hotels cleaning lady. The characters face the crises in their lives in ways that are easily identifiable and not uncommon to Native people. What is unique about this collection of stories is Dimaline's sometimes cryptic, sometimes comedic, always compassionate and visionary housekeeper who offers hindsight, insight and foresight to the reader in the representation of their lives.
Publisher: [Penticton, B.C.] : Theytus Books, ©2011.
ISBN: 9781926886176
Characteristics: ix, 150 pages ;,23 cm


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May 10, 2011

The last story really held my attention and was fully satisfying. I loved peeking into someone else's life and be introduced to the feeling of community in native lives.

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