"I wanted to show that there were brilliant, self-contained worlds here—civilizations—when the Europeans came, to provide, as well as a story, a subtle education.”
- Writer Joseph Boyden on his new novel, The Orenda, set during a brief, violent and historically decisive moment in 17th-century Ontario, told in the entwined voices of a Huron warrior, an Iroquois girl and a French Jesuit. 
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"I wanted to show that there were brilliant, self-contained worlds here—civilizations—when the Europeans came, to provide, as well as a story, a subtle education.”

- Writer Joseph Boyden on his new novel, The Orenda, set during a brief, violent and historically decisive moment in 17th-century Ontario, told in the entwined voices of a Huron warrior, an Iroquois girl and a French Jesuit. 

Read more from our interview: http://ow.ly/oDw3B