Yellow-Wolf & Other Tales of the Saint Lawrence
These fireside tales, now translated for the first time, were originally published posthumously in 1893. Brierley's introduction and annotations provide fascinating insights into the life and times of one of the fathers of Canadian literature.
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Foreword to the First French Edition 1893
Woman of the Foxes
Big Louis and the Legend of Indian Lorette
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Abbe Abenakis Aharatenha Amerindian Anciens Canadiens Antoine-Gaspard Couillard Areskoueh asked Aubert de Gaspe beaver Bellechasse Big Louis Black-Robe brother Paleface Canada Canadian Captain Couillard Carcajou carpenters Casgrain child Cholet Cholet brothers Cholet family Christians Couillard de l'Epinay cried echo speak enemies English father forest Foxes French Gaspe's hatchet heart Historical Society hunter hunting Huron Ignace Indian Lorette Iroquois Ives Cholet James Thompson JANE BRIERLEY Jean-Baptiste Couillard Jeune Lorette Joncas Karakoua knew lakes legend Let my brother Literary and Historical little manitou Lorette Madame Couillard Malecite Monsieur Couillard Montmagny Montreal mother Musee du Quebec night Ohiarekwen Onontio Otsitsot Paleface Panther parish poor powder horn priest Quebec Citadel Quebec City Redskins replied retorted river Riviere-du-Sud Saint Charles Saint Lawrence Saint Lawrence River Saint-Thomas seigneur serpent shore slave sleep Society of Quebec stake tell torture tree tribe village warriors wife wigwam Wolfe Wolfe's statue words Yellow-Wolf