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List(s) this item appears in: New Arrivals - 2020 February
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891.7 Way 2010 Available T 19085
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-250).

Cry of the wild crane : the call of forgotten kinship / Alexander Vaschenko -- Evenk invocation for good fortune : To nature, when the earth turns green -- Old man moon ; The earth's pain ; Puzzles of my childhood ; selections from Morning twilight : a novel of the Khanty ; And so dies my clan / Yeremei Aipin (Khanty) -- A portfolio of ten drawings / Nadezda Taligina (Khanty) -- At the bus stop ; Watching TV ; On things eternal ; To the bear ; Song of the reindeer breeder ; Eternal sky ; The little shaman and other stories ; Morning at the lake ; Fyodor the hunter ; News from Vatyegan Camp / Yuri Vaella (taiga Nenets) -- A discovery ; The unexpected guest ; Little America / Galina Keptuke (Evenk) -- The hunter's son : a one-act play / Gennady Dyachkov (Yukagir) -- My first shot / Vladimir Sangi (Nivkh) -- My word, my tongue ; River Mosum, my water ; Dirge for the land of the Khanty ; The people of Tuk'yakang village ; Stone soldier ; An old anthill / Maria Vagatova (Khanty) -- [3 Woodcuts] / Gennady Raishev (Khanty) -- from Where the Sukpai rushes along / Jansi Kimonko (Udegeh) -- from The horde / Anna Nerkagi (tundra Nenets) -- Son of the sky ; The prayer of the bear / Leonty Taragupta (Khanty) -- Kakot's numbers / Yuri Rytkheu (Chukchee) -- Evenk invocation for good fortune : To nature, when the green recedes.

"Drawn from seven distinct ethnic groups, this diverse body of work—prose fiction, poetry, drama, and creative nonfiction—chronicles ancient Siberian cultures and traditions threatened with extinction in the contemporary world. Translated and edited by Alexander Vaschenko and Claude Clayton Smith, The Way of Kinship is an essential collection that will introduce readers to new writers and new worlds."--Publisher's website.

Translated from the Russian.

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