7 edition of The power of horses and other stories found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3553.O5548 P6 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||89029862|
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The fifteen stories contained in The Power of Horses portray, each in a different way, the sensitive and enduring culture of the Dakota of the Upper Plains and convey many of the basic truths that have sustained Elizabeth Cook-Lynn’s people for countless the stories are often filled with violence and grief, they are also brimming with beauty,/5.
The fifteen stories contained in The Power of Horses portray, each in a different way, the sensitive and enduring culture of the Dakota of the Upper Plains and convey many of the basic truths that have sustained Elizabeth Cook-Lynn’s people for countless the stories are often filled with violence and grief, they are also brimming with beauty, gentleness, charm, and humor.
The fifteen stories contained in The Power of Horses portray, each in a different way, the sensitive and enduring culture of the Dakota of the Upper Plains and convey many of the basic truths that have sustained Elizabeth Cook-Lynn’s people for countless the stories are often filled with violence and grief, they are also brimming with beauty, gentleness, charm, and humor.3/5(1).
Get this from a library. The power of horses and other stories. [Elizabeth Cook-Lynn] -- "These fifteen stories portray the culture of the Dakota of the Upper Plains. Though they are often short and pervaded with violence and grief, they are also filled with humor, gentleness, and charm.
Get this from a library. The power of horses and other stories. [Elizabeth Cook-Lynn] -- The efforts of Native Americans to hold on to something of their ancient ways in the face of white opposition is the theme of these short stories. The stories are usually set on reservations and.
The stories told in book are gracefully told so it can be understood the amazing power horses have to help us heal. I enjoyed the book a lot and it has a great mixture of /5().
The Power of Horses and Other Stories Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, Author Arcade Publishing $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book Composed in a spare style. For the reader of A Dream of Horses & Other Stories, the lines are so subtly shifted and so evocatively rendered that the sensation is one of a renewed appreciation for the power of words.
~ Joseph Schreiber, writer and editor, 3:AM Magazine & The Scofield. Native American Authors: Browsing by Book Title The power of horses and other stories by Elizabeth Cook-Lynn. Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth. The power of horses and other stories New York: Arcade Pub., Genre: Short Stories Audience: Adult ISBN: Return to Native American Authors Home.
This first collection of short fiction by a Native American raised on a South Dakota reservation displays all the faults and none of the strengths of much ethnic literature—it's predictable, preachy, and full of cant phrases.
Characters of whatever ethnicity seem mere caricature in Cook-Lynn's flat prose. A prologue alerts us to the theme of these 15 piecesthe importance and power of. There is an abundance of stories such as those of Mia, Charley Barone, Ramon Dominguez, Patrick Monroe, Stephanie Lambert, Kari Russell, and all those whose lives were “saved” in one way or another by horses, whether through Saratoga WarHorse, ACTT Naturally, the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation or in some other manner, including one on.
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Author. Cook-Lynn, Elizabeth. Publisher. University of Arizona Press. Pub. Date. c Language. English. Choose a Format. Book Show. Wendy Beth Baker's The Healing Power of Horses is devoted to the world's greatest horsepeople, the Oglala Lakota Indians of Pine Ridge, South Dakota.
She begins the book by sharing the philosophy of these great horse-loving people: “There are those who feel the sun rises and sets on the back of a horse, and no matter what obstacles life sets.
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Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Power of Horses: True Stories from Country Music Stars 18 top stars of country music talk about what horses mean to them.
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Ages 7+. This is a bind up chapter book of four ‘Bonnie and Sam’ stories by two of Australia’s most talented creators of books for children. Alison Lestor owns horses and there is nothing better than a horse book written by a horse owner – cannot beat them.
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