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A dialogical study of the North American trickster figure and the phenomenon of play

Edward H. Piper

A dialogical study of the North American trickster figure and the phenomenon of play

by Edward H. Piper

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Published .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 45754
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiii, 328 l.
Number of Pages328
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Open LibraryOL1368235M
LC Control Number92895531

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Helen May Dennis is Senior Lecturer in North American Literature in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick. She has published on Elizabeth Bishop, Willa Cather, H.D., Ezra Pound, Adrienne Rich, medieval Provençal poetry, gender in American literature and culture, and North American women writers.   And he wrote an unfortunately lost book. Unfortunately lost book because it’s a book about the law of slavery, and you’d love to know SC: It would have been [] ____. KA: What an 18th century African who’d become a German thought about the law of slavery. And we know a little bit of the argument of it ’cause a.

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A dialogical study of the North American trickster figure and the phenomenon of play by Edward H. Piper Download PDF EPUB FB2

The trickster character appears in the narratives of many Native people throughout North America as well as in much of the rest of the world. Even in our own culture people catch glimmers of the trickster in characters like Br'er Rabbit, Wily Coyote, and Bugs Bunny.

The Trickster in African American Literature Trudier Harris J. Carlyle Sitterson Professor of English, Emerita University of North Carolina National Humanities Center Fellow ©National Humanities Center Almost every oral tradition in the world has trickster figures, and African American culture is no exception.

The Trickster is one aspect of Robin Hood’s character in most of the stories told about him. The Trickster is an archetypal character on his own in the narratives of many Native people throughout North America as well as in much of the rest of the world and he is one of the archetypes in Campbell’s Hero’s Journey.

Even in our own culture people catch glimmers of the trickster in. A study of each trickster’s culture In this way, Jung believes that the trickster phenomenon is so similar between and among the various societies of the world that it can be considered an necessarily impossible for a female to be a trickster figure, I find it interesting that these.

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