|Author:||Al Logan Slagle,Kenneth Lincoln|
|Publisher:||Harpercollins; 1 edition (March 1, 1987)|
|Other formats:||azw lrf lit mbr|
The Good Red Road book. Finally, the book is a journey of self-discovery by Lincoln and his students, one of them coauthor Al Logan Slagle, a Cherokee Indian and later an advocate for Indian rights.
The Good Red Road book.
Lincoln, Kenneth, Slagle, Al Logan, Indians of North America, Teton Indians, Indian philosophy, Americans, Indians of North America, Public opinion. San Francisco : Harper & Row. Collection. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by sf-loadersive.
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by Al Logan Slagle and Kenneth Lincoln. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. An great book anyone interested in Indi'n life and their beliefs will love this book. I am from the author's home town and what is writen is real and true. com User, 18 years ago. I found this book to be a moving experience. It graphically illustrates the current condition of our Reservations, and how the People persevere in spite of living in absolute poverty. It is a story of hope and inspiration.
The Good Red Road: Passages into Native America by Kenneth Lincoln with Al Logan Slagle. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. The Guns in the Closet by Jose Yglesias. Houston: Arte Publico Press. History and Legends of the Alamo and Other Missions in and Around San Antonio by Adina de Zavala.
This is a journey into a culture built on a rhythmical harmony between man and nature, a world that is an anachronism-and, to the authors, shouldn't be. Exquisitely observed in every way, their book pulses with life; it's a vivid. Exquisitely observed in every way, their book pulses with life; it's a vivid testament to man's struggle to preserve beauty and belief. There is great sadness in the rent fabric of their lives as they perch precariously between the white man's world and their own myths, ceremonies and religious beliefs. The authors, touched by their dilemma, sensitively examine the efforts of some leaders to bring the Indian into a healthier relationship with current realities without losing their sense of themselves as a people.
Book Condition: Good Condition. Kenneth Lincoln is Professor Emeritus, Humanities, University of California, Los Angeles. Sold by Hawking Books. Condition: Used: Good. Paperback: 320 pages. Publisher: University of California Press (December 4, 1985). ISBN-10: 9780520054578.
In 1975 Kenneth Lincoln went on the road with his small daughter and four students, traveling from Los .
The Good Red Road captures the tension between Indians and whites, reveals the continuing importance of religion among the Lakotas, and depicts the differences among Indians.
Kenneth Lincoln et Al Logan Slagle, The Good Red Road: Passages into Native American, mémoires, Bison Books, 1997 . Kenneth Lincoln, Speak Like Singing: Classics of Native American Literature, essai, University of New Mexico Press, 2009, 383 pages.
Kenneth Lincoln et Al Logan Slagle, The Good Red Road: Passages into Native American, mémoires, Bison Books, 1997 (1985), 286 pages. Kenneth Lincoln, Indi'n Humor: Bicultural Play in Native American, essai, Oxford University Press, 1993, 416 pages. Kenneth Lincoln, Men Down West, mémoires, Capra Press, 1996, 250 pages. a, b, c, d, e et f (en) Biographie de Kenneth Lincoln sur le site de l'université UCLA.