Giving Birth To Thunder, Sleeping With His Daughter by Barry H. Lopez

Giving Birth To Thunder, Sleeping With His Daughter

byBarry H. Lopez

Paperback | December 1, 1990

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Prankster, warrior, seducer, fool -- Old Man Coyote is the most enduring legend in Native American culture. Crafty and cagey -- often the victim of his own magical intrigues and lusty appetites -- he created the earth and man, scrambled the stars and first brought fire . . . and death. Barry Lopez -- National Book Award-winning author of Arctic Dreams and recipient of the John Burroughs Medal for his bestselling masterwork Of Wolves and Men -- has collected sixty-eight tales from forty-two tribes, and brings to life a timeless myth that abounds with sly wit, erotic adventure, and rueful wisdom.

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Barry Lopez, the author of 13 books, lives in western Oregon.
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Title:Giving Birth To Thunder, Sleeping With His DaughterFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.48 inPublished:December 1, 1990Publisher:HarperCollins

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ISBN - 10:0380711117

ISBN - 13:9780380711116

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Prankster, warrior, seducer, fool--Old Man Coyote is the most enduring legend in Native American culture. Crafty and cagey-often the victim of his own magical intrigues and lusty appetites--he created the Earth and man, scrambled the stars and first brought fire...and death.