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Nine Visits to the Mythworld

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Ghandl of the Qayahl Llaanas was born in the Haida village of Qaysun about 1851. He was blinded in early life but survived the smallpox epidemics which annihilated nine tenths of the Haida population during the latter 19th century. Amid the devastation of his culture he turned inwards to his visions and his memories becoming one of the last classical mythtellers speaking the Haida language. Far from appropriating legends from another culture as some may suggest, this translation saves for all posterity the accumulated voices of those great storytellers whose fate would otherwise be the ignominy of silence.

Used soft back book in very good condition with only slight shelf wear.

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Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1550548034
ISBN-13:
9781550548037
Number of pages:
222
Publisher:
Douglas & McIntyre

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Ghandl of the Qayahl Llaanas was born in the Haida village of Qaysun about 1851. He was blinded in early life but survived the smallpox epidemics which annihilated nine tenths of the Haida population during the latter 19th century. Amid the devastation of his culture he turned inwards to his visions and his memories becoming one of the last classical mythtellers speaking the Haida language. Far from appropriating legends from another culture as some may suggest, this translation saves for all posterity the accumulated voices of those great storytellers whose fate would otherwise be the ignominy of silence.

Used soft back book in very good condition with only slight shelf wear.

Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2002
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1550548034
ISBN-13:
9781550548037
Number of pages:
222
Publisher:
Douglas & McIntyre

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