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A coyote reader

Author: William Bright
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of stories and poems from both traditional Native American tales and modern American writing that show Coyote in roles that range from a divine archetype to an outlaw.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Translations
Präriewolf (Motiv)
Translations into English
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Bright
ISBN: 0520080610 9780520080614 0520080629 9780520080621
OCLC Number: 26547517
Description: xxiv, 202 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The coyote / by Mark Twain --
A berry feast / by Gary Snyder --
Coyote goes to a dance / by Mamie Offield and William Bright --
Coyote's homecoming / by Chester Pepper and William Bright --
Telling about Coyote / by Simon Ortiz --
Coyote and friends ; How her teeth were pulled / by Jarold Ramsey --
Coyote established fishing taboos / by Charles Cultee and Franz Boas, adapted by William Bright --
Coyote lays down the law / by Nettie Reuben and William Bright --
Coyote gives birth / by Tony Tillohash and Edward Sapir, adapted by William Bright --
Coyote places the stars / by Hamilton Tyler --Fivefold fanfare for cover / by Dell Hymes --
Coyote steals a drink / by Julia Starritt and William Bright --
Coyote eats grasshoppers / by Chester Pepper and William Bright --
Coyote cooks his daughter / by Rosinda Nolasquez and Jane H. Hill, adapted by William Bright --
Coyote turns into driftwood / by Nettie Reuben and William Bright --
Coyote and Beaver exchange wives / by William Brandon --
Coyote sucks himself / by Victoria Howard and Melville Jacobs, adapted by Dell Hymes --
Coyote in love / by Bruce Bennett --
Coyote Man and Saucy Duckfeather / by Peter Blue Cloud --
Coyote steals fire / by Julia Starritt and William Bright --
"What stinks?" / by Leslie Silko --
Trickster / by Wendy Rose --
Coyote baptizes the chickens / by Alejandrina Murillo Melendres, María Aldama, and Leanne Hinton, adapted by William Bright --
Coyote and the prairie dogs / by Yellowman, with Barre Toelken and Tacheeni Scott --
Muddy prints on mohair / by Peter Coyote --
Sex, fingers, and death / by Sam Batwi and Edward Sapir, adapted by William Bright --
First woman invents compassion / by Jarold Ramsey --
Coyote starts upriver / by Nettie Reuben and William Bright --
Coyote continues upriver / by Julia Starritt and William Bright --
Coyote and badger / by Charles Cultee and Franz Boas, adapted by William Bright --
Coyote tricks Grey Fox / by Rudolph Kane, Katherine Davenport, and Larry Evers --
Two coyotes / by Harry Wheeler and Haruo Aoki, adapted by William Bright --
Coyote and the gypsies ; Coyote's metaphysics / by Bruce Bennett --
Frybread story ; Coyote, Coyote, please tell me / by Peter Blue Cloud --
Coyote Rōshi Goroku / by Robert Aitken --
Coyote marries his own daughter / by Julia Starritt and William Bright --
Coyote on the beach / by Nettie Reuben and William Bright --
Coyote / by Will Staple --
The incredible survival of Coyote / by Gary Snyder --
Coyote's epilogue to the telling / by Jarold Ramsey --
Spearfish sequence / by Dell Hymes --
Song for the First People / by David Wagoner.
Responsibility: William Bright.
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A collection of stories and poems from both traditional Native American tales and modern American writing that show Coyote in roles that range from a divine archetype to an outlaw.

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