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The trickster; a study in American Indian mythology.

Author: Paul Radin; Karl Kerényi; C G Jung
Publisher: New York, Bell Pub. Co. [1956]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Radin; Karl Kerényi; C G Jung
OCLC Number: 1221230
Description: xi, 211 pages 22 cm
Contents: The trickster myth of the Winnebago Indians. The Winnebago trickster cycle --
Notes to page 3-35 --
Supplementary trickster myths. The Winnebago hare cycle --
Notes to page 63-91 --
Summary of the Assinibione trickster myth --
Summary of the Tlingit trickster myth --
The nature and meaning of the myth / by Paul Radin. The text --
Winnebago history and culture --
Winnebago mythology and literary tradition --
The Winnebago hare cycle and its cognates --
The Winnebago trickster figure --
The attitude of the Winnebago toward Wakdjunkaga --
The Wakjunkaga cycle as a satire --
The Wakdjunkaga cycle and its relation to other North American indian trickster cycles --
The trickster in relation to Greek mythology / by Karl Kerényi, translated by R.F.C. Hull. First impressions --
Style --
Parallels --
Nature of the trickster --
His difference from Hermes --
On the psychology of the trickster figure / by C.G. Jung, translated by R.F.C. Hull.
Responsibility: With commentaries by Karl Kerényi and C.G. Jung.

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