2 edition of Myths of the Toba and Pilagá Indians of the Gran Chaco found in the catalog.
Myths of the Toba and Pilagá Indians of the Gran Chaco
Includes bibliographical references (p. 164-167).
|Statement||by Alfred Métraux.|
|Series||Memoirs of the American Folklore Society ;, v. 40|
|LC Classifications||GR1 .A5 vol. 40|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 167 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||46004565|
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Myths Of The Toba And Pilaga Indians Of The Gran ChacoAuthor: Alfred Metraux. Myths of the Toba and Pilagd Indians of the Gran Chaco. By ALFRED MLTRAUX. (Philadelphia: American Folklore Society [Memoirs of the Amer-ican Folklore Society, Vol.
40], Pp. xii + $) The myths and tales from two closely related Chaco tribes published in this volume were collected by Metraux during two visits to the Argentine Chaco.
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Myths of the Toba and Pilagá Indians of the Gran Chaco, (Philadelphia, American folklore society, ), by Alfred Métraux (page images at HathiTrust) Viaje al país de los Tobas, amores de una India. (Buenos Aires, J. Peuser, ), by Filiberto de Oliveira Cézar (page images at.
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Eskimo literature, but of native literature in general. DIAMOND JENNESS The Toba Indians of the Bolivian Gran Chaco. RAFAEL KARSTEN. (Acta Academiae Aboensis, Humaniora IV). Aabo Akademi: Aabo, pp.
This is one of the studies, based on field investigation, which Professor Karsten, of the University of Helsingfors, has recently. Indians of the Gran Chaco. Philadelphia, The book is illustrated with Mehinaku drawings of ritual texts and myths, as well as with photographs of the villagers taking part in both everyday and.
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American Folklore Society, Philadelphia Google Scholar Urton G (/) En el cruce de rumbos de la tierra y el cielo. The book consists of: Old Russian Songs Songs of Prisoners Alfred Mtraux.
Myths and Tales of the Toba and Pilagd Indians of the Gran Chaco. $ Gladys Reichard. An Analysis of Coeur D'Alene Indian Myths. $ Roman Jakobson and Ernest J.
Simmons (eds.). Russian Epic Studies. A Toba story from the Gran Chaco region of northern Argentina tells of the leader of the very first people–a hero bat or bat-man who taught people all they needed to know as human beings.
And from the Ge in Brazil comes a tale of a tribe that moved through the night led by a bat who looked for light toward which to guide them. Book January Band mobility and leadership among the Western Toba hunter-gatherers of Gran Chaco in. Argentina.
ISBN: (the initiation ritual, myths, the gender-based. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Myths of the Toba and Pilagá Indians of the Gran Chaco by Alfred Métraux (Bolider ). Although written for popular consumption, this book contains much valuable ethnographic data on aspects of Guajiro culture including names and naming practices, clothing, herding practices, property rights, social control and inter-clan feuds, life.
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Eric von Rosen Eric von Rosen: The Chorotes Indians in the Bolivian Chaco. Stockholm har publicerat utmärkta fotografier från choroti.As the Toba Indians of the Gran Chaco say, "There are worlds above the earth and worlds below." This collection of fourteen creation myths from the South American Indians is a dazzling introduction to both worlds.
Belting's language is spare, rhythmic, and resonant, while Hillenbrand's powerful dark-toned art conveys a sense of primeval mystery.Get this from a library! Indian tribes of the Argentine and Bolivian Chaco; ethnological studies.
[Rafael Karsten] -- This book contains ethnological material collected by the author during his travels in Argentine and Bolivian Gran Chaco in