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Spider Woman S Daughter

Author : Anne Hillerman
ISBN : 9780062270504
Genre : Fiction
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Anne Hillerman, the talented daughter of bestselling author Tony Hillerman, continues his popular Leaphorn and Chee series with Spider Woman’s Daughter, a Navajo Country mystery, filled with captivating lore, startling suspense, bold new characters, vivid color, and rich Southwestern atmosphere. Navajo Nation Police Officer Bernadette Manualito witnesses the cold-blooded shooting of someone very close to her. With the victim fighting for his life, the entire squad and the local FBI office are hell-bent on catching the gunman. Bernie, too, wants in on the investigation, despite regulations forbidding eyewitness involvement. But that doesn't mean she's going to sit idly by, especially when her husband, Sergeant Jim Chee, is in charge of finding the shooter. Bernie and Chee discover that a cold case involving his former boss and partner, retired Inspector Joe Leaphorn, may hold the key. Digging into the old investigation, husband and wife find themselves inching closer to the truth...and closer to a killer determined to prevent justice from taking its course.
Category: Fiction

Handbook Of Native American Mythology

Author : Dawn Elaine Bastian
ISBN : 9781851095339
Genre : Reference
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Examines Native American mythology, providing an overview essay, chronology of the mythological universe, and alphabetically-arranged entries covering major deities, rituals, themes, and beliefs.
Category: Reference

Manuel Puig And The Spider Woman

Author : Suzanne Jill Levine
ISBN : 029917574X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is the first biography, now available in paperback, of Manuel Puig (1932–1990), Argentinian author of Kiss of the Spider Woman and pioneer of high camp. Suzanne Jill Levine, his principal English translator, draws upon years of friendship as well as copious research and interviews
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Spider Woman Origin

Author : Brian Michael Bendis
ISBN : 9781302377403
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Collects Spider-Woman: Origin #1-5. This epic chronicles the intriguing secret history of Jessica Drew and her journey from child experiment to Hydra agent to S.H.I.E.L.D. agent to super hero...to private eye, to celebrated Avenger!
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Texas Indian Myths Legends

Author : Jane Arcger
ISBN : 9781556227257
Genre : History
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Step into a colorful pageantry of the powerful people who once ruled and still influence the great state of Texas. From the Caddo in the Piney Woods, the Lipan Apache in the Southwest, the Wichita at the Red River, and the Comanche across the Great Plains to the Alabama-Coushatta in the Big Thicket, five nations come alive through myth and history in Jane Archer's vividly written book about the first Texans. "Texas Indian Myths and Legends is a valuable contribution to the literature of Native America . . . full of wonderful stories told in a simple and engaging manner". William Sanders Author of "The Ballad of Billy Badass and the Rose of Turkestan" "Archer's Texas Indian Myths and Legends places the tales from a number of neighboring tribes side by side and helps dispel the mistaken impression that all Indians have similar beliefs and backgrounds". Martha A. Bartter Truman State University Jane Archer is a best-selling author of more than a dozen historical novels. She grew up with family tales about Texas and her part-Comanche heritage. She combines a novelist's skills with extensive research to create this compelling book of ancient stories.
Category: History

The Spiritual Quest

Author : Robert M. Torrance
ISBN : 0520920163
Genre : Religion
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Robert Torrance's wide-ranging, innovative study argues that the spiritual quest is rooted in our biological, psychological, linguistic, and social nature. The quest is not, as most have believed, a rare mystical experience, but a frequent expression of our most basic human impulses. Shaman and scientist, medium and poet, prophet and philosopher, all venture forth in quest of visionary truths to transform and renew the world. Yet Torrance is not trying to reduce the quest to an "archetype" or "monomyth." Instead, he presents the full diversity of the quest in the myths and religious practices of tribal peoples throughout the world, from Oceania to India, Africa, Siberia, and especially the Americas. In theorizing about the quest, Torrance draws on thinkers as diverse as Bergson and Piaget, van Gennep and Turner, Pierce and Popper, Freud, Darwin, and Chomsky. This is a book that will expand our knowledge—and awareness—of a fundamental human activity in all its fascinating complexity.
Category: Religion

The Pawnee Mythology

Author : George Amos Dorsey
ISBN : 0803266030
Genre : Social Science
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The Pawnee Mythology, originally published in 1906, preserves 148 tales of the Pawnee Indians, who farmed and hunted and lived in earth-covered lodges along the Platte River in Nebraska. The stories, collected from surviving members of four bands-Skidi, Pitahauirat, Kitkehahki, and Chaui-were generally told during intermissions of sacred ceremonies. Many were accompanied by music. George A. Dorsey recorded these Pawnee myths early in the twentieth century after the tribe's traumatic removal from their ancestral homeland to Oklahoma. He included stories of instruction concerning supernatural beings, the importance of revering such gifts as the buffalo and corn, and the results of violating nature. Hero tales, forming another group, usually centered on a poor boy who overcame all odds to benefit the tribe. Other tales invited good fortune, recognized wonderful beings like the witch women and spider women, and explained the origin of medicine powers. Coyote tales were meant to amuse while teaching ethics. George A. Dorsey (1868-1931) was a distinguished anthropologist and journalist who also wrote about the traditions of the Arapahos, Arikaras, and Osages. Douglas R. Parks is a professor of anthropology and associate director of the American Indian Studies Research Institute at Indiana University. He is the editor of James R. Murie's Ceremonies of the Pawnee (Nebraska 1989) and the editor and translator of Myths and Traditions of the Arikara Indians (Nebraska 1996).
Category: Social Science

Daughters Of Mother Earth

Author : Barbara Alice Mann
ISBN : 0275985628
Genre : History
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Daughters of Mother Earth is nothing less than a new way of looking at history--or more correctly, the reestablishment of a very old way. It holds that for too long, elements unnatural to Native American ways of knowing have been imposed on the study of Native America. Euro-American discourse styles, emphasizing elite male privilege and conceptual linearity, have drowned out the democratic and woman-centered Native approaches. This book seeks to redress that balance, allowing the Daughters of Mother Earth to reclaim their ancient responsibility to speak in council, to tell the truth, to guide the rising generations through spirit-spoken wisdom.
Category: History

Spider Woman S Web

Author : Susan Hazen-Hammond
ISBN : 0399525467
Genre : Social Science
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A collection of folklore celebrates the power of women and the treachery of human nature
Category: Social Science