Many legends have arisen around the figure of the Lakota warrior, Crazy Horse, in the non-Indian world. Historian Marshall brings a Lakota perspective to his biography of Crazy Horse, a biography that seeks to show him as a "Lakota person shaped by his environment, the times he lived in, and the culture that nurtured him. He develops Crazy Horse's biography "as a story-teller would" and intersperses his narrative with interpretive essays that expand upon aspects of the wider historical setting.
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