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PAPER STAYS PUT:  A COLLECTION OF INUIT WRITING., Gedalof, Robing, editor.  Mary Panegoosho, Akeeko, Leah Idlout, Markoosie, Eepilk, Alootook Ipellie, John Weetaluk, Anthony Apkark Thrasher, John Ayaruaq, Charlie Patsauq, Peter Pitseolak, Ohokto, Leonie Kappi, Kiakshuk, Nuligak, Mrs. Louis Tapatai, et a

Author Name    Gedalof, Robing, editor. Mary Panegoosho, Akeeko, Leah Idlout, Markoosie, Eepilk, Alootook Ipellie, John Weetaluk, Anthony Apkark Thrasher, John Ayaruaq, Charlie Patsauq, Peter Pitseolak, Ohokto, Leonie Kappi, Kiakshuk, Nuligak, Mrs. Louis Tapatai, et a

Title   PAPER STAYS PUT: A COLLECTION OF INUIT WRITING.

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Very Good

Jacket Condition   Very Good -

Publisher   Edmonton Hurtig

ISBN Number    0888301812 / 9780888301819

Illustrator   Alootook Ipellie.

Seller ID   28859

172 pp, 9 1/4" H. B&w illustrations. " 'By ear we forget, but paper says put' - this was how one Inuk, the heir of an oral cultural tradition, summed up the importance of a written literature. Over the past few decades, Inuit writers have responded with enthusiasm to the challenges and opportunities provided by a written language. This anthology fills a significant gap in bringing together, for the first time, a selection of Inuit writings that are often not easily available to readers in the South. The stories, poems, essays, plays, memoirs, and songs included in this book draw the reader irresistibly into the world of the Inuit, to share their memories and their hopes, their joy and their grief, their anger and their laughter." Contents include: The Little Arctic Tern, the Big Polar Bear; A Spring Seal Hunt; So You Want to Kill an Eskimo; The Whale and the Char; The Giant Bear; Marble Island; Akulak the Shaman; Blood-thirsty Enemies; Medicines of the Past; The Half-Fish; Nipikti the Old Man Carver; I Make My Living by Carving; A Story of Starvation; Remembering Old Times; In the Spring When the Sun Never Sets; Story of Inukshuk; The Faithless Wife; We Must Have Dreams, etc., etc. Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, tiny dent on bottom edge of front board. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and top edge of rear flap, light soiling and rubbing, one tiny edge tear archivally taped, some areas of very light browning on front flap and on front panel.

Alexis  Utatnaq,  Laimiki  Innuaraq,  Canadian  Literature,  English,  Inuit  Authors,  Inuit  Literature,  Translations  Into  English,  Arctic  Tern,  Polar  Bears,  Seal  Hunt,  Hunting,  North  West  Territories,  Whales,  Char,  Marble  Island,  Kaivitjvik,  Polar  Night  Festivals,  Shaman,  Myths,  Legends,  Marcel  Akadlaka,  Medicine,  Martha  Angugaatiaq,  Taivitialuk  Alaasuaq,  Nipikti,  Carvers,  Artists,  Minnie  Aodla  Freeman,  Marius  Kayotak,  Starvation,  Marion  Tuu'luq,  Simon  Arnaviapik,  Midnight  Sun,  Lucy  Evaloardjuak,  Inukshuk,  Mark  Kalluak,  Anakajuttuq,  Joe  Panipakuttuk,  Cup  And  Ball  Game,  Ajagarniq,  Jeanne  Arnainuk,  Leah  Tataniq,  Joanasie  Saomonie,  John  Amagoalik,  Dreams. 

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