Janet Campbell Hale

''For the American educational theorist and educator, see Janet Hale.''

Janet Campbell Hale (January 11, 1946 – November 23, 2021) was a Native American writer and professor. She was Coeur d'Alene and of Ktunaxa and Cree descent. In a sparse style that has been compared to Hemingway, Hale's work often explored issues of Native American identity and discusses poverty, abuse, and the condition of women in society. She wrote ''Bloodlines: Odyssey of a Native Daughter'' (1993), which includes a discussion of the Native American experience as well as stories from her own life. She also wrote ''The Owl's Song'' (1974), ''The Jailing of Cecelia Capture'' (which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 1985), ''Women on the Run'' (1999), and ''Custer Lives in Humboldt County & Other Poems'' (1978). Provided by Wikipedia
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    The owl's song / by Hale, Janet Campbell

    Published 1991
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    The jailing of Cecelia Capture / by Hale, Janet Campbell

    Published 1985
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    The owl's song / by Hale, Janet Campbell

    Published 1991
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    Bloodlines : odyssey of a native daughter / by Hale, Janet Campbell

    Published 1993
    Book
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    The jailing of Cecelia Capture / by Hale, Janet Campbell

    Published 1985
    Book
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    Women on the run / by Hale, Janet Campbell

    Published 1999
    Book
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