Eagle Voice Remembers : An Authentic Tale of the Old Sioux World.

By: Neihardt, John G, 1881-1973 [author.]Contributor(s): Hughes, Coralie | DeMallie, Raymond JMaterial type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Lincoln : Bison Books, 2021Description: 1 online resource (345 p.)ISBN: 1496224493; 9781496224491Subject(s): Oglala Indians -- FictionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Eagle Voice Remembers : An Authentic Tale of the Old Sioux WorldDDC classification: 813/.52 LOC classification: PS3527.E35 | E18 2021Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Foreword by Coralie Hughes -- Introduction to the New Edition by Raymond J. DeMallie -- John G. Neihardt's Introduction to the British Edition -- I "I Used to Be Her Horse" -- II When the Hundred Died -- III The New Medicine Power -- IV Wandering to Mourn -- V Was the Great Voice Angry? -- VI Chased by a Cow -- VII Going on Vision Quest -- VIII "Hold Fast -- There Is More!" -- IX The Old Bull's Last Fight -- X The Boys Who Had Sister Trouble -- XI Helping a Brother-Friend -- XII The Mysterious Mother-Power -- XIII Four Against the Crows
XIV "Am I Greater Than the People?" -- XV The Sun Dance -- XVI Thanking the Food -- XVII The Woman Four Times Widowed -- XVIII Falling Star, the Savior -- XIX The Labors of the Holy One -- XX The Battle in the Blizzard -- XXI The Cleansing of a Kills-Home -- XXII Why the Island Hill Was Sacred -- XXIII Fighting the Gray Fox -- XXIV "It Was a Great Victory" -- XXV The Woman Who Died Twice -- XXVI The Moon of Black Cherries -- XXVII The Dark Hills of Water -- XXVIII In the Village Called Pars -- XXIX The Girl's Road -- Notes -- References
Summary: David C. Posthumus adds new clarity through his annotations, thus introducing John G. Neihardt's Eagle Voice Remembers to a new generation of readers and presenting a fresh understanding for fans of the original.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Foreword by Coralie Hughes -- Introduction to the New Edition by Raymond J. DeMallie -- John G. Neihardt's Introduction to the British Edition -- I "I Used to Be Her Horse" -- II When the Hundred Died -- III The New Medicine Power -- IV Wandering to Mourn -- V Was the Great Voice Angry? -- VI Chased by a Cow -- VII Going on Vision Quest -- VIII "Hold Fast -- There Is More!" -- IX The Old Bull's Last Fight -- X The Boys Who Had Sister Trouble -- XI Helping a Brother-Friend -- XII The Mysterious Mother-Power -- XIII Four Against the Crows

XIV "Am I Greater Than the People?" -- XV The Sun Dance -- XVI Thanking the Food -- XVII The Woman Four Times Widowed -- XVIII Falling Star, the Savior -- XIX The Labors of the Holy One -- XX The Battle in the Blizzard -- XXI The Cleansing of a Kills-Home -- XXII Why the Island Hill Was Sacred -- XXIII Fighting the Gray Fox -- XXIV "It Was a Great Victory" -- XXV The Woman Who Died Twice -- XXVI The Moon of Black Cherries -- XXVII The Dark Hills of Water -- XXVIII In the Village Called Pars -- XXIX The Girl's Road -- Notes -- References

David C. Posthumus adds new clarity through his annotations, thus introducing John G. Neihardt's Eagle Voice Remembers to a new generation of readers and presenting a fresh understanding for fans of the original.

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John G. Neihardt (1881-1973) is known internationally for Black Elk Speaks (Bison Books, 2014) and is the author of A Cycle of the West (Nebraska, 2002), among many other books. Coralie Hughes is the granddaughter of John G. Neihardt and the head of the Neihardt Trust. David C. Posthumus is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of South Dakota. He is the author of All My Relatives: Exploring Lakota Ontology, Belief, and Ritual (Nebraska, 2018). Raymond J. DeMallie is Chancellors' Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and former director of the American Indian Studies Research Institute at Indiana University. He is the author and editor of numerous books, including The Sixth Grandfather: Black Elk's Teachings Given to John G. Neihardt (Nebraska, 1984).


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