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Rainy River Lives

Rainy River Lives

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List of Illustrations; Preface Part I: Introduction Storytelling for Courage; The Storyteller, Maggie Wilson (1879-1940); The Stories; Editing the Stories; Re-signifying the Traditional; Notes to the Introduction; The Historical Context; Glossary of Terms as They are Used in the Stories; Bibliography Part II: Of Lives and Loves A. Men and Women 1. She Got In With Him Again After They Were Widows; 2. Why Didn't You Take Good Care of Her While I Was Away?; 3. You Can Have Him All To Yourself; 4. He Made Up His Mind To Look After Her; 5. The Wind Took the Canoe Right Across The Lake B. Parents and Children 6. We Will Take You and Love You As Our Very Own Daughter; 7. Her Father Was Sitting With His Head Down With Tears In His Eyes; 8. I'll Show That Man That Stole My Daughter Away From Me; 9. A Very Young Man Adopted Them For Parents; 10. They Moved On To Different Places C. Siblings 11. Oh, Can't You Find A Place In Your Heart For Me?; 12. They Made Up Their Mind Not To Let Their Son-in-Law Go; 13. If You Stop Along, I Will Give Youse A Lunch; 14. She Liked Him As A Brother Part III: Women Alone 15. Cloud Woman, The Fast Runner; 16. Her Dead Grandmother Told Her To Straighten Up; 17. She Was Left There To Starve But She Was Too Smart For That; 18. Let Them Stay Single All They Want To; 19. Why Do I Have To Die Now When I Have A Man and Children To Live For?; 20. Leave Me Here To Starve Alone; 21. The Old Woman Doctor; 22. She Used to Make All Kinds of Little Things For Her Boy Part IV: Friends and Foes 23. I Have a Pawahgun That Gives Me The Power; 24. It Won't Be Her That Will Know; 25. I Knew I Could Go There And Bring Home A Man For Myself; 26. He Gave Her A Folded Birchbark Map; 27. The Moose Was Wise Enough To Bring The Boy Back; 28. She Knew The Bear Wanted Her To Go Someplace; 29. She Knew That This Woman She Dreamed Was The Bear; 30. I Want To Be Your Pawahgun Notes to the Stories; Appendix; Acknowledgements
A collection of stories of Ojibwe men and women as told by traditional Ojibwe storyteller, Maggie Wilson (1879-1940).

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Autor: Maggie Wilson
ISBN-13: 9780803220621
ISBN: 0803220626
Einband: Taschenbuch
Seiten: 232
Gewicht: 408 g
Format: 226x152x20 mm
Sprache: Englisch
Autor: Maggie Wilson
Editiert von: Sally Cole
Sally Cole is a professor of anthropology at Concordia University. She is the author of Ruth Landes: A Life in Anthropology (Nebraska 2003) and Women of the Praia: Work and Lives in a Portuguese Coastal Community.

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Autor: Maggie Wilson
ISBN-13:: 9780803220621
ISBN: 0803220626
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.05.2009
Verlag: UNIV OF NEBRASKA PR
Gewicht: 408g
Seiten: 232
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 226x152x20 mm