|Author:||Jaime De Angulo,Darryl Babe Wilson|
|Title:||Indian Tales (California Legacy)|
|Format:||mbr lrf txt lit|
|ePUB size:||1827 kb|
|FB2 size:||1112 kb|
|DJVU size:||1258 kb|
|Publisher:||Heyday Books; Reprint edition (July 1, 2003)|
Native American Studies. De Angulo may have learned how to tell a story from the northern California Indian storytellers he worked with for many years; their humanity, humor and wisdom shine through the book.
Indian Tales is a collection of connected short narratives written and illustrated by Jaime de Angulo, published by A. A. Wyn in 1953. The stories revolve around an anthropomorphic animal family traveling across California, and encountering various mythological figures, such as Old Man Coyote, Loon Woman, and various animal tribes who live as the indigenous peoples of California did in pre-European times
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California Legacy Series. Indian Tales; Introduction by Darryl Babe Wilson. Fool's Paradise: A Carey McWilliams Reader, Introduction by Gray Brechin; Preface by Wilson Carey McWilliams. Unfinished Message: Selected Works of Toshio Mori, Introduction by Lawson Fusao Inada.
Description: Tales of the Pit River Indians as recounted by anthropologist Jaime de Angulo for KPFA in 1949. Rights are owned by Pacifica Radio Archives. In addition, the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by terms of gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks
Author: Jaime de Angulo. Illustrator: Jaime de Angulo. Genre: folktales, children's literature. Indian Tales is a collection of connected short narratives written and illustrated by Max Benier, published by A. The stories revolve around an anthropomorphic animal family traveling across California, and encountering various mythological figures, such as Old Man Coyote, Loon Woman, and various animal tribes who live as the indigenous peoples of California did in pre-European times. The book is an imaginative retelling of many of the folktales and myths collected by de Angulo as an erstwhile anthropologist. The stories are written to be of interest to younger readers, but. Indian Tales, Jaime de Angulo. Hill & Wang, 1953.
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Other authors: See the other authors section. Arthur Ransome, Carl Sandburg. Hailed by Ezra Pound as the "American Ovid" and renowned as a linguist and a self-described "amateur anthropologist," Jaime de Angulo drew on his forty years among the Pit River tribe of California to create the amalgam of fiction, folklore, tall tales, jokes, ceremonial ritual, and adventure that is Indian Tales.