8 edition of The Stone Canoe found in the catalog.
October 31, 2007
by Gaspereau Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Alan Syliboy (Illustrator), Elizabeth Paul (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
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The Stone Canoe also features artwork by Alan Syliboy, a Millbrook First Nation artist. Syliboy’s original ink drawings illustrate scenes from the two narratives, employing some of the traditional patterns in Mi’kmaq art, and work visually alongside the translations and Sanger’s engagement with the patterns contained in the stories.5/5(2). The Stone Canoe by Peter Sanger, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(8).
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Stone Canoe, a journal of arts and ideas from Upstate New York, was founded at Syracuse University's University College, and is now published by The YMCA's Downtown Writers Center, at the Arts Branch of the YMCA of Greater Syracuse.
The annual publication appears each February. Stone Canoe showcases the work of a diverse mix of emerging and well-established artists and writers with strong. "Travels in a Stone Canoe, " however, exceeds my expectations. It's not just another book by whites about "the poor" Indians.
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I wished I were on the Stone Canoe myself/5(22). The Stone Canoe is a collection of stories that Peyton - as a young man, early in the 20th century - heard among the Ojibway Indians.
In this book the talented storyteller and artist retells and illustrates these Native American stories of mirth, sadness, and survival from the Northwoods in an evocative, engaging, and acclaimed : John L Peyton. Stone Canoe showcases the work of a diverse mix of emerging and well-established artists and writers who are current or former residents of Upstate New York.
In doing so, the journal supports the YMCA's Downtown Writers Center's ongoing efforts to enrich lives through the literary, visual, and performing arts. Travels in a Stone Canoe book.
Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this luminous story, two journalists from National Geog /5. okeedokee, this book is an indigenous text nerd's dream.
it's beautifully bound, the paper is luxuriously thick and the quality of the images of the original texts that book is based on are gorgeous.
the stone canoe is a recovery and re-translating and re-interpreting of two "lost" mi'kmaq oral traditions. am only part way through. will update when i am done, that is if i have the time.4/5. Thank you for your interest in the terrific art, literature and commentary we publish in Stone Canoe.
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Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & ed on: J The sixth edition of the award-winning Stone Canoe is now available for purchase in local bookstores and online. The e-book version of the journal is also available through the journal’s website.
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Book Reviews; The White Stone Canoe. by Hamilton Wright Mabie, Edward Everett Hale and William Byron Forbush. When a handsome warrior loses his love, he goes to the afterlife to find her.
Story Reads: 85, There was once a very beautiful Indian maiden, who died suddenly on the day she was to have been married to a handsome young warrior. They did manage to float another book in their stone canoe. A book full of "Gee, you're wonderful, Chief Running Bare!" stories about how great the Indians are and how terrible the White Men are.
Threadbare is what the storyline becomes as this mantra is chanted ad. This book is that message." Now, in "Travels in a Stone Canoe, " that message isfurther deepened and elaborated as the authors reveal the intensely personal story behind -- and "beyond" -- their journey to the Wisdomkeepers.
A final, incandescent chapter, "Original Instructions, " sums up the transforming and highly practical wisdom they found. 5/5(1). Stone Canoe, a journal of arts and ideas from Upstate New York, was founded at Syracuse University's University College, and is now published by The YMCA's Downtown Writers Center, at the Arts Branch of the YMCA of Greater Syracuse.
The annual publication appears each February. The White Stone Canoe: A Legend of the Ottawas. James David Edgar. Toronto News Company, - Canadian poetry - 54 pages.
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The Stone Canoe: Two Lost Mi’kmaq Texts Peter Sanger, Elizabeth Paul, Alan Syliboy / Literary Criticism / $ / Trade paper / pp This is a story about two stories and their travels through the written record.
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Now, in Travels in a Stone Canoe, that message is further deepened and elaborated as the authors reveal the intensely personal story behind--and beyond--their journey to the Wisdomkeepers. A final, incandescent chapter, \"Original Instructions,\" sums up the .The Stone Canoe is a collection of stories that Peyton – as a young man, early in the 20th century – heard among the Ojibway Indians.
In this book the now deceased talented storyteller and artist told and illustrated these Native American stories of mirth, sadness, and survival from the Northwoods in an evocative, engaging, and acclaimed style.Get this from a library!
The stone canoe and other stories. [John L Peyton] -- A collection of stories as they were told early in this century, from the Lake of the Woods to Lake Superior, and north to where steep ridges and deep rivers flatten out into the swampland that.