Fine in very good dust jacket. Near Fine HC in Very Good DJ. Blue cloth over boards, silver design and titles. Bright, clean, square covers and spine are As New; very slight dust spotting on text block top edge; tightly bound; bright, crisp, clean interior. DJ in paper-backed mylar is clean and complete; 1/8 inch chip at rear cover top edge; short scrape on mylar at rear cover/upper spine joint caused 1/2 inch closed tear in DJ. 8vo, 266 pp; biblio.
266 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. DJ has chips and tears. SOUTH AMERICA. the tehuelche Indians are among the few tribes of South America whose oral tradition features a Creator-god involved in the cosmogonic process. Includes narratives that are disassociated from the creator and the hero cycles and tell the stories of extraordinary creatures like that of a man who always speaks the truth, of a child snatcher with a shell on his back, and of a tribe of women. (Key Words: South America, Elal, Native Americans, Indians of South America, Argentina, Legends, Tzoneca Indians Legends, Tzoneca Indians, Religion, mythology, Johannes Wilbert, Karin Simoneau).
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