- Author:Elissa S. Guralnick,Paul M. L. Evitt,Carolynn Roche,Paul M. Levitt
- Publisher:Univ Pr of Colorado (April 1, 2000)
- Pages:89 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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Start by marking How Raven Found the Daylight & Other American . Levitt and Guralnick have embellished these notes, bringing them fully to life.
Start by marking How Raven Found the Daylight & Other American Indian Stories as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. These stories come from tales told by tribes living along the bays and inlets and rivers of the Pacific Northwest. Anthropologist Franz Boas lived with these native people and collected their stories, which he published in the form of notes, often short and incomplete. In doing so, they acknowl These stories come from tales told by tribes living along the bays and inlets and rivers of the Pacific Northwest.
Elissa S Guralnick, Paul M Levitt, Carolynn Roche. This book has them all. Here are tales that seek to explain the world, dispel its darkness, and celebrate its light. The stories were collected by the anthropologist Franz Boas when he lived among the tribes of the Pacific Northwest early in the 20th century. They were originally published in the form of notes, often short and incomplete. By embellishing these notes, Paul M. Levitt.
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The illustrations by Carolynn Roche further heighten their captivating charm. So, meet a sorcerer whose magic can turn a horse into a loon, a man who became a bush-tailed rat, a girl whose sons were born as puppies, and an Indian tribe that sought the power of shamans to escape white men bent on destroying them. About the Author: Paul M. Levitt is Professor of English at CU Boulder.
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Levitt, Paul M. The bush-tailed rat man The story of hot and cold Why the Indians changed their home The girl and the dog The stolen Appaloosa The man who journeyed to the land of the dead Raven finds the daylight. Personal Name: Guralnick, Elissa S. Personal Name: Roche, Carolynn, ill.
This book has them all. Here, in embellishments upon the folklore of Native American tribes from the Pacific Northwest, are tales that seek to explain the world, dispel its darkness, and celebrate its light
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And Other American Indian Stories. Levitt and Guralnick have embellished these notes, bringing them fully to life
And Other American Indian Stories. In doing so, they acknowledge a double debt: one to Boas, without whom they would have no record of the tales, and one to the American Indians of the Pacific Northwest, whose rich and fertile minds are the source of a colorful indigenous literature. Paul Levitt lives in Boulder, where he teaches writing at the University of Colorado. He is also the author of Chin Music: A Novel of the Jazz Age and numerous books for younger readers and scholars. Release date Australia.