American Indian trickster tales
The authors of the magnificent American Indian Myths and Legends have once again combined their talents as eminent anthropologist and master storyteller/artist to produce a rich and ribald sequel featuring the myriad tricksters of Southwestern and other Native American oral traditions.From the rascally and irascible Coyote, master thief and insatiable lover of the Southwest, to Iktomi, the shapeshifting Lakota spiderman; from Veeho, the Cheyenne daredevil, to Glooscap of the Passamaquoddy; here in one volume are over one hundred tales from sixty tribes, many recorded from living storytellers. American Indian Trickster Tales'with over 150 lively and characteristic illustrations'can be read aloud and enjoyed by readers of every age, and will entrance folklorists, anthropologists, lovers of Native American literature, and fans of both Joseph Campbell and the Brothers Grimm.
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|Grouped Work ID||71026a8d-6159-1279-4607-ca86afd95772|
|Grouping Title||american indian trickster tales|
|Grouping Author||selected and edited by richard erdoes and alfonso|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-04-13 04:20:05AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-09-19 04:31:56AM|
Erdoes, Richard, 1912-2008.
Ortiz, Alfonso, 1939-1997.
Main Southwest Room
|display_description||One hundred illustrated stories on Indian tricksters. The characters include Coyote, a master thief and insatiable lover; Iktomi, a shapeshifting Lakota spiderman; and Veeho, the Cheyenne daredevil.|
|owning_library_santafe||Santa Fe Public Library|
Indians of North America -- Folklore
Tales -- North America
|title_display||American Indian trickster tales|
|title_full||American Indian trickster tales / selected and edited by Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz|
|title_short||American Indian trickster tales|
Indians of North America