Every Little Hurricane Book Review

596 Words3 Pages

Alexie, Sherman. "Every Little Hurricane." The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven. New York: Grove, 2005. 1-11. Print. Sherman Alexie weaves a tale of stereotypes, fiction, and American Indian culture. His stories of American Indian life on the Reservation move between fact and fiction. The author gives detailed accounts of life with alcoholic parents through his main character. O 'Connell, Joan, et al. "The Relationship Between Patterns of Alcohol Use and Mental and Physical Health Disorders in Two American Indian Populations." Addiction 101.1 (2006): 69-83. Academic Search Complete. Web. 28 Oct. 2015. The Journal article discusses the alcohol use among two reservation-based American Indian (AI) populations. Based on the relationship …show more content…

Alcohol: Its History, Pharmacology, and Treatment. Center City: Hazelden. 2011. Print. Up-to-date method’s and studies for the education and treatment for alcoholics and alcoholism. The scientific approach is an in-depth look at alcohol and civilization. This book is useful because it contains scientific facts and statistics. The scientific research conducted in this book is current. Spicer, Paul, et al. "A Program of Research On Spirituality and American Indian Alcohol Use." Southern Medical Journal 100.4 (2007): 430-432. Academic Search Complete. Web. 28 Oct. 2015. This report summarizes findings from research on American Indian (AI) alcohol use and spirituality. Research focused on the problems caused by alcohol abuse rather than on the solutions. AI individuals have found. the role of specific religious and spiritual practices, and more generally about the role of religious and spiritual experience, in AI individuals ' changes in drinking. Treuer, Anton. Everything You Wanted to Know about Indians but Were Afraid to Ask. St. Paul: Borealis. 2012. Print. The book is questions and answers about American Indian culture. “Do all American Indians have drinking problems? How come some tribes ban the use and sale of alcohol” (Treuer)? This book discusses American Indian drinking stereotypes. “Everything You Wanted to Know About Indian but Were Afraid to Ask,” responds to American Indian questions and stereotypes about alcohol and alcohol

Show More
Open Document