Fiction. Native American Studies. THE FAITHFUL HUNTER: ABENAKI STORIES is Joseph Bruchac's compilation of tales about animal tricksters, human heroes, origins, and landscape. With an Introduction by John Moody and a detailed map of Wabanaki Country, the territory between Boston and Maine, Bruchac offers the stories of a people and the words that governed their ideas of the world and morality. "Old, sacred, and humorous relations between the plants, trees, and animals weave for the reader a tapestry of Wabanaki values and insights"-Winds of Change. With his wife, Carol, Joseph Bruchac is the founder and Co-Director of the Greenfield Review Literary Center and The Greenfield Review Press. He works extensively in projects to preserve the Abenaki culture, language, and skills.
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January 1988 : USA Paperback