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Tales and traditions

storytelling in twentieth-century American craft
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StatementLloyd E. Herman and Matthew Kangas ; introduction by John Perreault.
ContributionsKangas, Matthew.
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LC ClassificationsNK808 .H433 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination94 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1171695M
ISBN 100295972823
LC Control Number94154723
OCLC/WorldCa28938854

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The "Dear Bolt" Barnard Castle Matthew Paris was a Benedictine monk and a 'chronicler' at the monastery of St. Albans, England, in the 13th century.

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His historical documents, often illustrated with his own watercolours and drawings. Overview Nigel Tranter's gift for bringing Scottish history to life is demonstrated in this lively book which details 45 of the nation's castles with associated tales and traditions.

With a broad geographical spread, Tranter breathes life into many of Scotland's gaunt and shadowy ruins with a lively mix of anecdote, fact, myth and :   This book completes the trilogy based on a series of articles Kamakau wrote in Hawaiian language newspapers in the s and s.

It takes the reader on a tour of the Hawaiian islands, stopping along the way to tell tales associated with each site. The stories, some full of mischief, bring to Brand: Bishop Museum Press. The scope of Traditions and Tales of the Navy purposely entails much more than nautical etymology.

Included in the structure of this book are sections that focus on the naval and maritime atmosphere that caused, and continues to cause, the formation of tradition and the expansion of our vocabulary.

Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo. Folklore, myths, and legends compiled by a 19th century explorer offer intriguing glimpses of an unspoiled culture.

This treasury of stories constitutes a priceless reference for anthropologists and historians and a delight for aficionados of folktales. New Introduction/5. Tales and Traditions: Readings in Chinese Literature Series (Volume 1) (Reading in Chinese Literature) (English and Chinese Edition) by Yun Xiao and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Page 95 - That day Kagsagsuk ran all the way back, kicking the stones right and left, as was his wont.

But at home he went on as usual, and the people tormented him more than ever. One day, in the autumn, the Kayakers returned home with a large piece of driftwood, which they only made fast to some large stones on the beach, finding it too heavy to be carried up to the house at once.

This book is a journey through the fairy-tale wardrobe, explaining how the mercurial nature of fashion has shaped and transformed the Western fairy-tale tradition. Many of fairy tale’s most iconic images are items of dress: the glass slippers, the red capes, the gowns shining like the sun, and the red shoes.

Tales and Traditions of the People of Old: Na Mo'Olelo a Ka Po'E Kahiko Volume 93 of Bishop Museum special publication: Author: Samuel Mānaiakalani Kamakau: Editor: Dorothy B. Barrère: Translated by: Mary Kawena Pukui: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Bishop Museum Press, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Sep 5.

Traditional Tales, Science, And Arts 6. Probable Origin And History 7. Influence Of Contact With Europeans TALES AND TRADITIONS Introduction 1. Kagsagsuk 2. The Blind Man Who Recovered His Sight 3.

Igimarasugsuk 4. Kumagdlat And Asalok 5. Akigsiak 6. The Friends 7. Katerparsuk 8. A Tale About Two Girls 9. The Brothers Visit Their Sister Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo: With a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion, Language and Other Peculiarities Hinrich Rink Blackwood, - Eskimos - pages.

Free PDF, epub, Kindle ebook. By Henry Rink. Over 80 tales from Eskimo tradition, legends and folk-lore, plus around 70 fragments of other tales.

Also a compre-Author: Henry Rink. Nopps John, O’ Dry Gill. From the story in the ‘Tales and Traditions’ book it would seem that he lived at Crossthwaite (a fell and a farm between Middleton-in-Teesdale and Holwick) in the 18th century. From what you already know there must be some family connection.

If I am able to discover anything more I will get back to you. Dunblane Traditions; Being a Series of Warlike and legendary narratives, Biographical Sketches of Eccentric Characters, &c.

Compiled from Anecdotes gleaned from the Tales of old People in Dunblane. To which is added an Appendix of original Poems. by MONTEATH, John.: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good.

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Cedric Emanuel (Illustrator) (illustrator). First Edition, First Thus. Text/VG w/(1) folded corner. First published ; this is the softcover re-issue. Anthology of Australian folk tales and traditions.

Tales of adventure, bushrangers, shipwrecks, ghosts, place names and place lore, sporting life, swagmen. "Celebration Breads: Recipes, Tales, and Traditions" is a collection of more than 75 sweet and savory breads from around the world -- from the Americas and Western Europe to Africa and Russia.

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macdonald, Donald, Tales and traditions of the Lews.

Stornoway, Lewis (Hebrides), Mrs. Print book: English: [New ed.]View all editions and formats Summary: After retirement from a career in medicine, the author turned his acute and wide-ranging mind to the study of the history and traditions of his native Lewis.

Tales and Traditions of Scottish Castles Nigel Tranter's gift for bringing Scottish history to life is demonstrated in this lively book which details 45 of the nation's castles with associated tales and traditions. With a broad geographical spread Tranter breathes life into many of Scotland's gaunt and shadowy ruins.

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