N. Scott Momaday, Dean Of Native American Novelists, Has Died At 89

“An author, literature professor and member of the Kiowa Indian tribe who became the first Native American to win a Pulitzer Prize — for his 1968 debut novel, House Made of Dawn — (he) helped inspire a flowering of contemporary Native American literature.” – The Washington Post (MSN)

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