2 edition of day Tuk became a hunter & other Eskimo stories found in the catalog.
day Tuk became a hunter & other Eskimo stories
|Statement||retold by Ronald Melzack. Illustrated by Carol Jones.|
|Contributions||Jones, Carol, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.M5 Day|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||67026842|
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Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your request to send this item has been completed. The other stories are more distinctive in conception and diverting in their imagery than the tale of Tuk and the interior illustrations are more striking than the jacket design, which means a little extra effort for librarians but the book is worth it.
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Now a classic in northern literature, The Eskimo Storyteller brings to life the words of Eskimo elders for a new generation of readers. This collection of folktales from northwest Alaska includes stories populated by amazing creatures, hard-bitten hunters, and strong-minded women.
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Picture Rating: % positive. Taissumani is an occasional column that recalls events of historical interest. Kenn Harper is a historian and writer who lived in the Arctic for over 50 years.
He is the author of “Minik: the New York Eskimo” and “Thou Shalt Do No Murder,” among other books. Feedback. Send your comments and questions to [email protected] Illustrator Carol Jones began her career with a title retold by Ronald Melzack, The Day Tuk Became a Hunter and Other Eskimo Stories, and her work on folk-tales has continued from there.
After providing illustrations for two books written by other authors, Jones began to choose stories on her own, retelling them and illustrating them at the same time. ILLUSTRATOR Ronald Melzack, reteller, The Day Tuk Became a Hunter and Other Eskimo Stories,Dodd (New York, NY), Alan Boucher, The Hornstranders,Meredith Press (New York, NY), Sally Farrell Odgers, Drummond: The Search for Sarah,Holiday House (New York, NY), Eighteen stories, mostly brief--some hows, some whys, some inconclusive, evocative fragments, a few longer legends.
Among the latter is ""Sedna, the Sea Goddess"" in a version different in detail from that recounted in The Day Tuk Became a Hunter (p. 54, J); also less striking in the telling--which can be said of all of these.
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