7 edition of Dances with Wolves found in the catalog.
Dances with Wolves
October 8, 1996
by Random House Audio
Written in English
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Dances with Wolves is a novel written by Michael was written as a possible source for a screenplay, and was later adapted by the author, and was produced as a film of the same name in by Kevin Costner, although there were many differences between the novel and novel is set during the American Civil War.
The protagonist of the novel, Lt. John Dunbar, is a white man Author: Michael Blake. Dances with Wolves the book follows quite closely the film starring Kevin Costner as a member of the US Army who wants to see the last frontier.
He is placed in an outpost far into native territory and finds himself all alone. After establishing himself at the fort, Dunbar spends a lonely while there before he visited by the native Americans. /5(). I enjoyed reading "Dances With Wolves" by Michael Blake the second time around a lot more than the first reading in The book's title has nothing to do with wolves apart from the main character's friendship in his loneliness with a wolf he names "Two Socks" because of the white colouring on his two front paws and his triumphant dancing in Indian style around his camp fire accompanied by /5.
Dances With Wolves: The Illustrated Screenplay and Story Behind the Film by Kevin Costner, Michael Blake, et al. | Oct 1, out of 5 stars 3. Detailed Review Summary of Dances With Wolves - .