The Coyote

Author: Joanne Mattern

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 9780736884853

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 5818

Details the characteristics, habitats, and life cycle of the coyote. Includes photo diagram.

Tribe

Das verlorene Wissen um Gemeinschaft und Menschlichkeit

Author: Sebastian Junger

Publisher: Karl Blessing Verlag

ISBN: 3641203619

Category: Social Science

Page: 192

View: 6756

Unser Trauma: eine Gesellschaft ohne Gemeinschaft. »Entbehrungen machen dem Menschen nichts aus, er ist sogar auf sie angewiesen; worunter er jedoch leidet, ist das Gefühl, nicht gebraucht zu werden. Die moderne Gesellschaft hat die Kunst perfektioniert, Menschen das Gefühl der Nutzlosigkeit zu geben. Es ist an der Zeit, dem ein Ende zu setzen.« Sebastian Junger Warum beschließen Soldaten nach ihrer Rückkehr aus dem Krieg und in die Heimat, sich zu neuen Einsätzen zu melden? Warum sind Belastungsstörungen und Depressionen in unserer modernen Gesellschaft so virulent? Warum erinnern sich Menschen oft sehnsüchtiger an Katastrophenerfahrungen als an Hochzeiten oder Karibikurlaube? Mit Tribe hat Sebastian Junger eines der meistdiskutierten Werke des Jahres vorgelegt. Er erklärt, was wir von Stammeskulturen über Loyalität, Gemeinschaftsgefühl und die ewige Suche des Menschen nach Sinn lernen können.

Your Neighbor the Coyote

Author: Greg Roza

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1448850010

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 6190

Simple text and photographs introduce coyotes, discussing its physical characteristics, habitat, behaviors, diet, and life cycle.

The Coyote

Defiant Songdog of the West

Author: François Leydet

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806121239

Category: Nature

Page: 221

View: 6940

Studies the interaction of two most successful large predatory species--the coyote and man.

A Coyote Reader

Author: William Bright

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520080621

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 202

View: 4965

Wily, raunchy, and heroic. A trickster, lecher, and supreme survivor. Such is the magical Coyote, that mythic Native American figure whose various roles are recounted here in a wonderful selection of poetry and stories. Anthropological linguist William Bright brings together diverse portraits of Coyote from American Indian texts and modern American writing. Because Native American myths have been recited and transmitted orally, Bright addresses the special problem of converting them into written stories. His familiarity with the native languages gives his retranslations a liveliness that conveys their original vitality. The collection also includes poetic translations and original works by important contemporary writers Leslie Silko, Gary Snyder, Wendy Rose, Peter Blue Cloud, and Simon Ortiz, along with the voice of an earlier American author--Mark Twain. We see how the figure of Coyote serves both to entertain and to instruct and, by his similarities to the actual biological coyote, provides a link between culture and nature. At the same time, since he embodies distinctive characteristics of Homo sapiens, Coyote also reflects many aspects of human nature. Bright places each tale in relation to the larger Native American context and shows Coyote's affinities with classic mythological figures and popular cultural images such as Bugs Bunny. Filled with humor and at times disturbing, Coyote's tales mirror the human condition across time and cultures.

The Coyote

Author: Mark E. Ahlstrom,Howard Schroeder,Baker Street Productions

Publisher: Silver Burdett Press

ISBN: 9780896862777

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 47

View: 6353

Describes the physical characteristics, habits, and natural environment of the coyote and discusses its struggles for survival in the face of determined efforts by man to eradicate the species.

Coyotes

Author: Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 0865346240

Category: Nature

Page: 68

View: 9047

In this natural science picture book, Bronson writes of the almost human habits of the coyote, a freedom-loving American animal. (Animals/Pets)

Coyote and Raven Go Canoeing

Coming Home to the Village

Author: Peter Cole

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 0773581316

Category: Education

Page: N.A

View: 7488

In a gesture toward traditional First Nations orality, Peter Cole blends poetic and dramatic voices with storytelling. A conversation between two tricksters, Coyote and Raven, and the colonized and the colonizers, his narrative takes the form of a canoe journey. Cole draws on traditional Aboriginal knowledge to move away from the western genres that have long contained, shaped, and determined ab/originality. Written in free verse, Coyote and Raven Go Canoeing is meant to be read aloud and breaks new ground by making orality the foundation of its scholarship. Cole moves beyond the rhetoric and presumption of white academic (de/re)colonizers to aboriginal spaces recreated by aboriginal peoples. Rather than employing the traditional western practice of gathering information about exoticized other, demonized other, contained other, Coyote and Raven Go Canoeing is a celebration of aboriginal thought, spirituality, and practice, a sharing of lived experience as First Peoples.

Coyote Moon

Author: John Vornholt,Joss Whedon

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0671017144

Category: Fiction

Page: 164

View: 9209

Hoping to forget her slayer duties for one night, Buffy accompanies Xander and Willow to the site of a seedy carnival, where the accumulating corpses force her to realize that she is the evening's target. Original.

Coyote Medicine

Lessons from Native American Healing

Author: Lewis Mehl-Madrona

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439144541

Category: Medical

Page: 304

View: 5480

Hailed by Dr. Andrew Weil as a book “that must be brought to all who seek true health,” Coyote Medicine is an engaging and essential testament to the power of alternative healing and recovery methods that lie beyond the confines of Western medicine. Inspired by his Cherokee grandmother's healing ceremonies, Lewis Mehl-Madrona enlightens readers to "alternative" paths to recovery and health. Coyote Medicine isn't about eschewing Western medicine when it's effective, but about finding other answers when medicine fails: for chronic sufferers, patients not responding to medication, or "terminal" cases that doctors have given up on. In the story of one doctor's remarkable initiation into alternative ways to spiritual and physical health, Coyote Medicine provides the key to untapped healing methods available today.

Listening for Coyote

A Walk Across Oregon's Wilderness

Author: William L. Sullivan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Nature

Page: 239

View: 3477

Sullivan's classic account of his sixty-five day, 1,361-mile solo backpacking trek across Oregon offers an intimate tour of the state's renowned wilderness.

When Brer Rabbit Meets Coyote

African-Native American Literature

Author: Jonathan Brennan

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252028199

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 307

View: 6185

An exploration of the literature, history, and culture of people of mixed African American and Native American descent, When Brer Rabbit Meets Coyote is the first book to theorize an African-Native American literary tradition. In examining this overlooked tradition, the book prompts a reconsideration of interracial relations in American history and literature. Jonathan Brennan, in a sweeping historical and analytical introduction to this collection of essays, surveys several centuries of literature in the context of the historical and cultural exchange and development of distinct African-Native American traditions. Positing a new African-Native American literary theory, he illuminates the roles subjectivity, situational identities, and strategic discourse play in defining African-Native American literatures. Brennan provides a thorough background to the literary tradition and a valuable overview to topics discussed in the essays. He examines African-Native American political and historical texts, travel narratives, and the Mardi Gras Indian tradition, suggesting that this evolving oral tradition parallels the development of numerous Black Indian literary traditions in the United States and Latin America.

Zu–i Coyote Tales

Author: N.A

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816518920

Category: Social Science

Page: 103

View: 693

Coyote tales are among the best loved in Native American folklore., This collection of authentic stories offers modern readers a new appreciation of magic and myth as celebrated by the Zuni Indians of western New Mexico.

Coyote Music and Other Humorous Tales of the Early West

Author: Grant MacEwan

Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books Ltd

ISBN: 9780921102267

Category: Fiction

Page: 220

View: 811

In this lighthearted and charming collection of stories, popular historian Grant MacEwan captures the homespun humour, the outrageous antics, and the colourful characters that brought laughter and joy into the often difficult lives of the early pioneers. Among these pages you will meet the likes of: Pegleg Paul, king of woodenleg mirth and permanent fixture at the Fleet Livery's Hot Stove Liars' League; and Tom Sukanen, inventor and mechanical genius, obsessed with the singlehanded construction of a 43-foot, 15-tonne seaworthy ship on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River.

Chi-Town Coyote

Author: Heather Augustyn

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1411633652

Category:

Page: 215

View: 2631

The story of how one coyote saved Chicago's most treasured possession.

Coyote Country

Fictions of the Canadian West

Author: Arnold E. Davidson

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 9780822314691

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 223

View: 4931

For most North Americans—Canadians as well as Americans—the term "Western" evokes images of the frontier, brave sheriffs and ruthless outlaws, good cowboys and bad Indians. As Arnold E. Davidson shows in this groundbreaking study, a number of Canada's most interesting and experimental Western writers parody, reverse, or otherwise defuse the paraphernalia of the classic U.S. Western. Lacking both a real and imagined frontier—Canadian settlers rode trains into the new territory, already policed by Mounties—the writers of Canadian Westerns were set a different task from their American counterparts and were subsequently freed to create some of the most complex and engrossing fiction yet produced in Canada. Davidson details the evolution of the U.S. and Canadian Western forms, tracing the divergence between the two as Canadian writers responded to their unique historical circumstances by reinventing the West as well as the Western and establishing a new literary landscape where author and reader could work out new possibilities of being. Surveying a range of texts by Canada's most innovative writers, with special attention to women writers and Native stories of Coyote, he provides close readings of novels by Howard O'Hagan, Sheila Watson, Robert Kroetsch, Aritha van Herk, Anne Cameron, Peter Such, W. O. Mitchell, Beatrice Culleton, and Thomas King. A unique study, Coyote Country offers at one and the same time a theory of Canadian Western fiction, a history of crosscultural paradigms of the West as manifested in novels, and an intensive reading of some of Canada's best literature.

Coyote Warrior

One Man, Three Tribes, and the Trial That Forged a Nation

Author: Paul VanDevelder

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803296312

Category: History

Page: 321

View: 4331

"A Civil Action" meets Indian country, as one man takes on the federal government and the largest boondoggle in U.S. history--and wins.

The Voice of the Coyote

Author: James Frank Dobie

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803250505

Category: Nature

Page: 386

View: 9190

In The Voice of the Coyote, J. Frank Dobie melds natural history with tales and lore in articulating the complex and often contentious relationship between coyotes and humans. Based on his own life experiences in Texas and twenty-five years of research, Dobie forges a sympathetic and nuanced picture of the coyote prefiguring later environmental and conservation movements. He recognizes the impact of human action on the coyote while also examining the prominent role of the coyote in the myths and legends of the West.

Mr. Coyote Visits the Robson Valley

Author: Sheilagh Foster

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 1612044395

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 26

View: 916

Mr. Coyote Visits the Robson Valley is a delightful adventure story for all ages, adapted from an old song, The Fox Went Out on a Chilly Night, made popular by Peter Spier's illustrated children's book. Motivated by the memory of her father singing the tune, but exchanging the fox for a coyote, author Sheilagh Foster has vividly brought to life Mr. Coyote's crafty and cunning quest to find a delectable feast for his hungry family.