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Identifier:EY961KHa1971
Title [Eyak stories]
Description:
Typescript of stories narrated by ANH (Anna Nelson Harry) to Krauss and transcribed by him, in polished English translation. Six stories from Eyak texts: Lake Dwarves, Giant Rat, Blind Man and Loon, Two Sisters, Woman and Octopus, Groundhog-man.
ca.22pp
Comments
Materials dated 1936-1965. Eyak texts, by Anna M. Harry, Lena N. Saska, and Marie Smith, Cordova and Yakutat, 1963-1965.  Transcribed, edited and translated by Michael E. Krauss.  Folder also includes an off-print of "An Ethnographic Perspective" by Dell Hymes.  From "New Literary History: A Journal of Theory and Interpretation, vol. V, 1973-1974, pp 187-201.
Contributors Harry, Anna Nelson (speaker)
Krauss, Michael E. (transcriber)
Date1971
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Subject Language(s) Eyak
LingType text
text-traditional
text-traditional
Files: EyakTexts-AnnaNelsonHarry-et-al-1963-65.pdf


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