Last Updated on May 5, 2015, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 90
[Season of the Two-Heart] delicately handles racial prejudice and the lack of understanding of both the Indian and American cultures. The characters bring out the fact that, if there is an honest effort and a willingness to try, the prejudice will melt into the background and personal worth will come to the forefront. A well-written story with evidence of much research in Indian customs present. Characters are life-like. (p. 289)
A review of "Season of the Two-Heart," in Best Sellers (copyright 1964, by the University of Scranton), Vol. 24, No. 14, October 15, 1964, pp. 288-89.
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