This landmark anthology chronicles more than 500 years of Pueblo culture. Lavishly designed in five colors, this eminently readable volume offers a ...Show synopsisThis landmark anthology chronicles more than 500 years of Pueblo culture. Lavishly designed in five colors, this eminently readable volume offers a story and mood for everyone and an authentic introduction to the cultural legacy of the ancient peoples of the Southwest. Illustrations & photos.Hide synopsis
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Description:New in New jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. New York: Penguin,...New in New jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. New York: Penguin, 1997. First edition. 4to. Pictorial boards. Decorative pictorial hardcover in New Mexican Indian motif in turqoise, sienna and beige, pictorial dustjacket. 230 pp., heavily illustrated. ISBN: 0525455140. A peerless compendium of prose, poetry, painting, photography, and archival material, this anthology chronicles more than 500 years of one of North America's oldest and most enduring native cultures. In first-person reminiscences and historical narration stretching from the 16th century to today, more than 100 writers—from N. Scott Momaday, Leslie Marmon Silko, and Simon J. Ortiz to Frank Waters, Tony Hillerman, and Willa Cather—lend their unique perspectives with tales and narratives derived from traditional and contemporary sources. Rare photogravures by Edward S. Curtis, some never before published, provide unforgettable portraits of Pueblo men, women and children. Paintings by artists ranging from Helen Hardin and Tonita Peña to little-known students from the 1920s feature archetypal figures and symbols, capturing ritual and place, while vibrant works from the Tewa children of today portray the energy and fierce emotions of youth caught between two worlds. Fine in fine dustjacket, protected with mylar cover. [b93]
Description:New. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 230 p....New. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. 230 p. Contains: Illustrations. Intended for a young adult/teenage audience.
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