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The sleepy little fishing village of Kuinak, Alaska, is transformed into a movie set when a Hollywood production company sails into port. The community, populated by Deaps (Descendants of Early Aboriginal Peoples) and a few adventurers from the Lower 48, is swept up by the glamour and promises of wealth. However, Nick Levertov's motives for choosing this site for filming are more complex than a simple return trip of a native son--and they're not all honorable.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Circulation Modifier Age Hold Protection Active/Create Date Status Due Date
Athena Public Library Fic (Text) 37813000038474 Adult Fiction Book None 10/08/2001 Available -
Baker Haines Branch KESEY (Ken) (Text) 37814001060137 FICTION Book None 08/10/1998 Available -
Cascade Locks Library KESEY (Text) 33892004744646 Adult Fiction Book None 12/01/2000 Available -
Grant County Library AF KESEY (Text) 37845000058391 Adult Fiction Book None 11/15/1996 Available -
Harney County Library FIC KES (Text) 37720000029314 Adult Fiction Book None 08/07/2001 Available -
Ione Public Library 813 KES (Text) 37843000007823 Adult Fiction Book None 03/14/2013 Available -
OTLD Heppner Branch F KES (Text) 33122001623068 Adult Fiction Book None 10/08/2001 Available -
Pendleton Public Library F KESEY (Text) 33122001036360 Adult Fiction Book None 10/08/2001 Available -
The Dalles Wasco County Library KES (Text) 33892001095745 FICTION Book None 04/24/2001 Available -
Wallowa Public Library F KES (Text) 30004000019774 Fiction Book None 11/13/2011 Available -

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  • ISBN: 0670835218 :
  • Physical Description: 535 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Viking, 1992.

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The sleepy little fishing village of Kuinak, Alaska, is transformed into a movie set when a Hollywood production company sails into port. The community, populated by Deaps (Descendants of Early Aboriginal Peoples) and a few adventurers from the Lower 48, is swept up by the glamour and promises of wealth. However, Nick Levertov's motives for choosing this site for filming are more complex than a simple return trip of a native son--and they're not all honorable.
Subject: Motion pictures > Production and direction > Fiction.
Alaska > Fiction

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