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Tales and traditions of the Eskimo

Hinrich Johannes Rink

Tales and traditions of the Eskimo

with a sketch of their habits, religion, language, and other peculiarities; tr. from the Danish

by Hinrich Johannes Rink

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Published by Blackwood in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eskimos

  • Edition Notes

    Statemented. by Robert Brown, illus. by Eskimo.
    ContributionsBrown, Robert,
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 472 p. illus., pl.
    Number of Pages472
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16504753M

    With tales from the tribal peoples of Greenland, Canada, Siberia, Alaska, Japan, and the polar region, told and retold during months-long winter nights, Northern Tales gathers together a rich diversity of traditions and cultures, spanning the Way-Back Time through the coming of the first white explorers. By turns tragic and comic, fantastic and earthy, frivolous and profound, this collection.   Traditional fables from the Republic of Congo are collected in a new book, Congo Tales: Told By The People Of Mbomo — and illustrated with painterly photos that have a .

    Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo, with a sketch of their habits, religion, language, and other peculiarities. Translated from the Danish by the author. Edited by R. Brown. With numerous illustrations, drawn and engraved by Eskimo.   Buy a cheap copy of A Kayak Full of Ghosts: Eskimo Tales book by Lawrence Millman. The first comprehensive collection of Eskimo folktales in over sixty years, these stories reveal a tradition close in spirit to modern fiction. Not for queasy Free shipping over $Cited by: 1.

    Inuit Tales of Terror: The location of Franklin’s missing ship The discovery of the wreck of the Franklin expedition vessel HMS Erebus in September garnered world-wide attention and well-deserved praise for the skill and perseverance of the Parks Canada-led team that discovered Size: 1MB. "Emily Ivanoff Brown (d. ) was a noted Eskimo storyteller Ticasuk means a hollow place in the ground where the four winds store the treasures they gathered from all parts of the world. These Tales are her treasures. For most of her life, she was carrying on an oral tradition among the Eskimos.


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Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo with a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion, Language and Other PeculiaritiesCited by: Over 80 tales from Eskimo tradition, legends and folk-lore, plus around 70 fragments of other tales.

Also a comprehensive introductory section covering the life, religion, language, laws, customs and history of Author: Henry Rink. The Eskimo 1 --Language --The supernatural rulers, or Inue --Men gifted with special endowments --A Nith-song of Kukook --Tales and.

Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rink, H. (Hinrich), Tales and traditions of the Eskimo. London: C. Hurst, Almost a century has passed since the publication of the first edition ofTales and Traditions of the Eskimo, and one may ask if scientific research in the intervening time has not made this book out of scientific books of that age would need a revision before being republished, but by and large Rink’s book is as relevant as it was a hundred years ago.

A Treasury of Eskimo Tales. Notes: Contains 31 folktales gathered from the Eskimo living in North America. Author: Clara Kern Bayliss Published: Publisher: Thomas Y.

Crowell Company, USA. Page 95 - That day Kagsagsuk ran all the way back, kicking the stones right and left, as was his wont. But at home he went on as usual, and the people tormented him more than ever. One day, in the autumn, the Kayakers returned home with a large piece of driftwood, which they only made fast to some large stones on the beach, finding it too heavy to be carried up to the house at once.

Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo: With a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion, Language and Other Peculiarities Hinrich Rink Blackwood, - Eskimos - pages. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo.

In his book Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo, Rink recounts several folk legends that feature the Amarok. In one tale, a persecuted and physically stunted boy seeks to increase his strength.

When he calls out to the lord of strength, an Amarok appears and wrestles him to the ground with its tail. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo has preserved tales and traditions, including “The Blind Man Who Recovered His Sight,” “The Faithless Wife,” “The Old Bachelor,” The Sons Who Avenged their Mother,” The Child-Monster,” “A Visit to the Giants,” and many more.

Rink has also provided an extensive introduction describing. Read "Tales And Traditions Of The Eskimo (Illustrated)" by Henry Rink available from Rakuten Kobo.

THE author of this work has partly resided, partly been travelling about, on the shores of Davis Strait, from the southe Brand: @Annierosebooks. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo, With a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion, Language and Other Peculiarities, by H.

Rink (HTML at ) Filed under: Eskimos -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia -- Folklore. The Eskimo of Siberia, by Waldemar Bogoras (HTML at ) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. In the book's first part, Rink describes succinctly the Inuit mode of life in Greenland.

The second part, which is significantly longer, recounts the legends and folk tales that Rink had recorded on his travels. The book also includes a number of illustrations drawn and engraved by the Inuit people : Cambridge University Press. The little Eskimo away up in the northern part of British America has a pretty hard time of it, as you may know when you think how cold it is there.

He is born in a snow hut, and when he is but a few hours old he is carried on his mother's back out upon the ice, and around and around in circles and after a while through deep snow back to the hut. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo by Hinrich Rink.

Title Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. With tales from the tribal peoples of Greenland, Canada, Siberia, Alaska, Japan, and the polar region, told and retold during months-long winter nights, Northern Tales gathers together a rich diversity of traditions and cultures, spanning the Way-Back Time through the coming of the first white explorers.

By turns tragic and comic, fantastic and earthy, frivolous and profound, this collection Pages: Full text of "Tales and traditions of the Eskimo, with a sketch of their habits, religion, language and other peculiarities" See other formats. Eskimo Folk-Tales, ed. by Knud Rasmussen and W. J.

Alexander Worster (illustrated HTML at ) Filed under: Eskimos -- Greenland -- Folklore Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo, With a Sketch of Their Habits, Religion, Language and Other Peculiarities, by H. Rink (HTML at .Full text of "Tales and traditions of the Eskimo: with a sketch of their habits, religion " See other formats.

Lee "Tales And Traditions Of The Eskimo (Illustrated)" por Henry Rink disponible en Rakuten Kobo. THE author of this work has partly resided, partly been travelling about, on the shores of Davis Strait, from the southe.