2 edition of Gluskap the liar & other Indian tales found in the catalog.
Gluskap the liar & other Indian tales
Horace Palmer Beck
Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-182).
|Statement||by Horace P. Beck ; with illustrations by Arthur K.D. Healy.|
|LC Classifications||E99.P5 B4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 182 p. :|
|Number of Pages||182|
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Gluskabe the Transformer: The most important personage in Penobscot religious lore and one purely aboriginal in character is named Gluskabe (gluski is translated as “deceit, lie, nothing.” -dbe or -abe is a stem denoting “person”), “deceiver, liar,” or “man from nothing,” according to different opinions among informants.
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Kluskap Tales from the Malecite: Glooskap myths told by another Maliseet storyteller. Glooscap Myths: Three Glooscap legends of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. The Creation of Kluskap Glooskap and the Micmac Creation Glooscap and the the Mi'gmaq World Kisulk, Niskam and Kluskap: Micmac accounts of Glooskap's origins.
Gluskonba Makes The People: Abenaki legend in which Glooskap makes the first. The Liar's Tale: A History of Falsehood Jeremy Campbell pp, Norton, £ Is the love of truth always admirable. In Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's.
In Malecite and Passamaquoddy Tales by Edward D. Ives, ed.,Northeast Folklore Society, Vol. 6 "The Great Wind Eagle" In Gluskap the Liar & Other Indian Tales by Horace P. Beck, Bond Wheelwright Company,pg 73 See the last entry on page 73 In The Wind Eagle and other Abenaki Stories as told by Joseph Bruchac, Bowman Books,pg 9.
'Waaah. Waaah!' he screamed. Gluskap had never heard such a terrible noise. He danced a war dance and sang some war songs. Wasis screamed louder. 'Waaah. Waaah. Waaah!' Gluskap covered his ears and ran out of the teepee.
After he had run a few miles, he stopped and listened. The baby was still screaming. Gluskap the fearless was terrified.
THERE are two Liars called the Eastern Liar and the Western Liar, it is said. The Eastern Liar was minded to go to seek the Western Liar, it is said. Should you say, “What was that for?” it was for telling lies in competition (i.e., a lying match), it is said.
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GLUSKAP THE LIAR & Other Indian Tales. Horace P. Beck, Bond Wheelweight, RED EARTH: Tales of the Micmacs with an introduction to the customs and beliefs of the Micmac Indians. Marion Robertson, Nova Scotia Museum, Gluskap is the featured character of the children's book Gluskabe and the Four Wishes () by Joseph Bruchac, and is mentioned in the Newbery Honor book The Sign of the Beaver () by Elizabeth George Speare.
Read, Write, Think, Discuss. To the Wabanaki people, Gluskap worked hard to maintain harmony between the different parts of the. Nimoy: I was a Supreme Actor Leonard Nimoy, best known to generations of Science Fiction fans as Spock the highly logical pointy-eared Vulcan from Star Trek, has shocked the entertainment world this morning after revelations that he is suing legendary Motown chanteuse Diana is angered that Ross is earning millions from back sales of records by The Supremes and that he hasn't seen a.
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History The Real Thai Story of The King. Gluskap the Liar & Other Indian Tales by Horace P. Beck, illustrations by Arthur K.D. Healy Hardcover Published by The Bond Wheelwright Company, pages, ISBN #unknown. This is an excellent resource for folktales by and about the Penobscot and other Abenaki tribes.
Gluskap the Liar, & Other Indian Tales. Freeport, Me., B. Wheelwright Co. [c] Maine E 99 P5 B4. Burlin, Natalie Curtis. The Indians’ Book; an Offering by the American Indians of Indian Lore, Musical and Narrative, to Form a Record of the Songs and Legends of Their Race.
New York and London, Harper, Maine M B87 I5. Gluskap the Liar & Other Indian Tales by Horace P. Beck Gluskap the Liar & Other Indian Tales by Horace P. Beck (pp. ) Review by: Ruth S. Wallis.Library of Congress Search Everything Audio Recordings Books/Printed Material Films, Videos Legislation Manuscripts/Mixed Material Maps Notated Music Newspapers Periodicals Personal Narratives Photos, Prints, Drawings Software, E-Resources Archived Web Sites Web Pages 3D Objects.The Finest Liar In The World.
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