- Author:Joan Grant
- Publisher:Corgi Childrens; New Ed edition (October 1975)
- Pages:288 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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Scarlet Feather book. I loved this book by Joan Grant who wrote of her past lifetimes
Scarlet Feather book. I loved this book by Joan Grant who wrote of her past lifetimes. This story covered a pair who would change the early Native American tribe they were part of to form their own tribe, one that brought men and women together. Even though this book was written in the 1940s it felt very much in the NOW when not only males/females are recognizing both aspects of themselves but when attention is being placed on ONENESS.
by. Grant, Joan Marshall, 1907-. Indians of North America. New York : Avon Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
Narrated by Mil Nicholson. Follow the life of Piyanah, daughter of a clairvoyant Indian mother, in Scarlet Feather. Piyanah demanded new freedom.
She had Tom Feather, the most handsome and loving man that any girl could want. And even more, she had been photographed recently at two events with very good connections. A knitwear promotion and at a charity fashion show where amateurs had modelled clothes at a fund-raiser.
Criticised on publication in 1945 for its explicit violence, "Scarlet Feather" was Joan Grant's only book for adults set among the Native Americans. As with all of Grant's novels, "Scarlet Feather" conveyed a positive message within its story - that of Piyanah, a young girl who demanded new freedoms and an end to her tribe's sexual segregation and brutality.
Items related to Scarlet Feather. Home Joan Grant Scarlet Feather. Joan Grant (1907-1989) believed herself to have been reincarnated 40 times and her far memory books are past-life autobiographies. ISBN 10: 0715636502, ISBN 13: 9780715636503. Scarlet Feather tells the story of Piyanah, a Native American from many thousands of years ago. About the Author: The astonishing Joan Grant became aware as a child of her uncanny gift of "far memory"-an ability to recall in detail previous incarnations, both male and female, in other centuries and other lands.
Scarlet Feather Raki and Piyanah are born as outcasts into an American Indian tribe, many thousands of years ago somewhere in the .
Scarlet Feather Raki and Piyanah are born as outcasts into an American Indian tribe, many thousands of years ago somewhere in the West-but they are outcasts only because Piyanah’s mother, wh.
The Far Memory Books. As a child, Joan Grant astonishingly became aware of her uncanny "far memory," the ability to recall past incarnations who had lived in long-ago times and far-flung places
The Far Memory Books. Series: Far Memory Series. Length: 11 hrs and 30 mins. As a child, Joan Grant astonishingly became aware of her uncanny "far memory," the ability to recall past incarnations who had lived in long-ago times and far-flung places. Her seven historical novels stand out for their vividness and rich detail. For Joan, these books were not works of the imagination but personal recollections of her previous lives.
The Scarlet Feather - Joan Grant. Piyanah, the heroine of Scarlet Feather, is a member of a Native American tribe that has strayed from its noble heritage. Her clairvoyant mother refuses to accept the brutality of the tribe's laws and the segregation of men from women, so Piyanah and her cousin Raki grow up as outsiders. When she learns that her father is Chief Na-ka-check, Piyanah chooses to defy tradition and train as a Brave, overcoming daunting physical and spiritual challenges.
Follow the life of Piyanah, daughter of a clairvoyant Indian mother, in Scarlet Feather. Piyan demanded new freedom and an end to her tribe's sexual segregation and brutality. Trained and educated with the young braves, she develops strength and courage, and soon she will succeed the tribal chief-that is if she can at last overcome a series of ordeals which prove her worthy of the Scarlet Feather.