4 edition of moccasin telegraph and other Indian tales found in the catalog.
moccasin telegraph and other Indian tales
W. P. Kinsella
Originally published: Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England ; New York, N.Y., c1983.
|Statement||W. P. Kinsella.|
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.K443 M6 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||83048894|
The Moccasin Telegraph and Other Stories (Penguin Short Fiction) W.P. Kinsella $ - $ The Moccasin Telegraph News and Information For The American Indian Community the English launched a full-scale massacre against the Patawomecks and other area Virginia Indian tribes. was born in Passapatanzy. His family carried down the traditional tales of their Patawomeck ancestor, Chief Passapatanzy [Japasaw] and of the Indian ways.
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Some of these are laugh out loud stories with the sobering reality of life sprinkled in. Life on the Rez comes alive with Frank Fencepost and his community. I became a huge fan after the Miss Hobbema Pageant and have read all the books since. I highly recommend this book and Kinsella's other related books in the series/5. Kinsella, W. P. Overview. Works: The Dixon Cornbelt League, and other baseball stories by W. P Kinsella (Book) 14 The moccasin telegraph and other Indian tales by W. P Kinsella (Book) 6 editions published.
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These comical Indian tales feature Silas E /5. : The Moccasin Telegraph and Other Indian Tales (): W. Kinsella: Books/5(2). THE MOCCASIN TELEGRAPH AND OTHER TALES is one of at least four such collections of short stories by Kinsella.
In THE MOCCASIN TELEGRAPH and several of the other collections, the narrator is Silas Ermineskin, a savvy Cree Indian living on a reservation in Alberta, Canada/5(2).
out of 5 stars Moccasin telegraph - a book of laughter that you will read many times. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase.
I have bought this book now 4 times, and loan it out but it never comes back to me. This book, along with all of Moccasin telegraph and other Indian tales book books, is a wondeful read.
I live on the old Aboriginal Cited by: 2. The Moccasin Telegraph and Other Indian Tales by W. Kinsella. Godine Publisher, David R., Paperback. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.
Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend jacket. Moccasin Telegraph and Other Stories [W. Kinsella] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(8).
out of 5 stars Moccasin telegraph - a book of laughter that you will read many times. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Verified Purchase. I have bought this book now 4 times, and loan it out but it never comes back to me. This book, along with all of Kinsella's books, is a wondeful read.
I live on the old Aboriginal /5(11). Kinsella (Shoeless Joe) has, in Canada, published four collections of stories set, like this one, in the Cree Indian reserve town of Hobbema, Alberta. Here, the same basic cast of characters revolves through all the stories: Silas Ermineskin is the writer/narrator; there's a merry prankster and put-on artist in Frank Fencepost; and Chief Tom is an ""apple""red outside, white in.
The. As a result, the fourth book of Ermineskin stories, The Moccasin Telegraph, and Other Stories, seems richer than previous volumes. Kinsella’s characters convey various aspects of Native American.
link Link Reminiscent of Sherwood Anderson’s classic Winesburg, Ohio (), the tales in The Moccasin Telegraph, and Other Stories are narrated by Silas Ermineskin, an eighteen-year-old Cree. THE MOCCASIN TELEGRAPH AND OTHER TALES is one of at least four such collections of short stories by Kinsella.
In THE MOCCASIN TELEGRAPH and several of the other collections, the narrator is Silas Ermineskin, a savvy Cree Indian living on a reservation in Alberta, by: 2. The Moccasin Telegraph and Other Tales (Nonpareil Book, No 72) Published April 1st by David R.
Godine Publisher Paperback, pagesCited by: 2. Ko-ko would have gone the other way, but the enchanted moccasins kept hurrying him forward. "Stand off, will you?" cried the old man.
By this time, allowing the wicked father chance to bestow no more than five-and-twenty more blows upon Ko-ko, the moccasins were taking him past. "Stop!" cried the old man again. "You are running away.
The Moccasin Telegraph and Other Indian Tales 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. More than 1 year ago: This book is so funny. When I was reading this in my class, I had to struggle not to laugh.
You have to read this book, it's hilarious. I also reccomend his other Silas Ermineskin and Frank Fencepost books.5/5(1). About the author () William Patrick Kinsella was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Kinsella always though of himself as a writer, although he wrote more than 50 stories before getting published.
Kinsella grew up loving the game of baseball.4/5(3). The moccasin telegraph and other Indian tales. [W P Kinsella] The bottle queen --Strings --The moccasin telegraph --Green candles --Parts of the eagle --The ballad of the public trustee --Where the wild things are --Dr.
Don --The college --Nests --Vows --The queen's hat --The mother's dance --Pius Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm. Contents: The Battle queen --Strings --The moccasin telegraph --Green candles --Parts of the eagle --The ballad of the public trustee --Where the wild things are --Dr.
Don --The college --Nests --Vows --The queen's hat --The mother's dance --Pius blindman is coming home --Fugitives. Details about W P KINSELLA / MOCCASIN TELEGRAPH AND OTHER INDIAN TALES Lit Lit Signed 1st ed.
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Godine Publisher $ (p) ISBN The Moccasin Telegraph Another sourdough to write about native clairvoyance in Northern Canada was a woman named Jean W. Godsell. Jean was the wife of Philip H. Godsell, a Hudson’s Bay Company inspector-turned-fur trader who wrote many excellent books and articles on northern Canadian : Hammerson Peters.
In THE MOCCASIN TELEGRAPH and several of the other collections, the narrator is Silas Ermineskin, a savvy Cree Indian living on a reservation in Alberta, Canada.
(I very much doubt that the tone of the stories would be any different were they instead set on a reservation in the United States.) Author: W. P. Kinsella.Moccasin Thunder contains contemporary ten short stories of American Indian teenagers. These stories are raw and sometimes heart breaking.
More than once I felt for the characters in these stories, knowing that these are just fictional characters, but wishing I could help them all the same/5.he phrase "Moccasin Telegraph" dates back to the frontier days, around the time the telegraph lines were being strung along the railroads.
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