Sherman Alexie’s “Evolution” is about a venture capitalist, Buffalo Bill, who opens a pawnshop in an Indian reservation near a liquor store.
Sherman Alexie’s “Crow Testament” presents the suffering of Native Indians through the story of a symbolic “Crow”. It is about Native American history.
Sherman Alexie’s “The Powwow at the End of the World” presents an enraged Native American speaker who thinks of avenging the attack on their traditional way of life.
Sherman Alexie’s “Grief Calls Us to the Things of This World” is a poem about a son’s forgetfulness about his father’s recent death.