English - Fools Crow

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Hello!
Has anyone read the novel Fools Crow by James Welch?
I just need your personal opinions on the question: Does the novel also rewrite the dominant history?
This is not my homework. I am not a student I am just discussing this book with some people and want to hear some opinions :)
So if anyone has read it please comment

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