Finding the Center: The Art of the Zuni Storyteller
U of Nebraska Press, 1999 - Poetry - 337 pages
This second edition features three new Zuni stories, updated transcriptions of stories from the original edition, a bibliography, and a new preface and introduction.
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PART I 243
Guide to Reading Aloud
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Ahayuuta twins Andrew Peynetsa asked basket plaques bow guard Bow Priest brought bundle child Clown Society coming corn cornmeal cornstalk Coyote dance daylight deer elder brother entered finished four days gone grandfather grandmother told grandson Happily hoarse holh Hopis hunting inside Joseph Peynetsa Junco Kachina Village Keresan killed kiva Kyakiima ladder little Ahayuuta little boy lived look meal medicine society Middle Place mountain lion Nepayatamu night Nutria Old Lady Granduncle passing the days Payatamu Perhaps Prairie-Dog Hills prayer sticks rabbits rain priest road sacred things sang shrew Shumeekuli sitting snow boots society chief someone song speak spoke stood story summoned Sun Father Sun Priest swallowtail tale talked tell thoughts tight Tisshomahha told his daughter tomorrow took turkeys turquoise club uncle voice wait Walter Sanchez water strider witches Yaaya young younger brother yucca Zuni Zuni River