Iktomi and the ducks and other Sioux stories / retold by Zitkala-Ša ; foreword by Agnes M. Picotte ; introduction by P. Jane Hafen.
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- ISBN: 0803299184
- ISBN: 9780803299184
- Physical Description: xxiv, 165 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: New Bision Books edition.
- Publisher: Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, ©2004.
MN American Indian literature.
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Iktomi and the ducks -- Iktomi's blanket -- Iktomi and the muskrat -- Iktomi and the coyote -- Iktomi and the fawn -- The badger and the bear -- The tree-bound -- Shooting of the red eagle -- Iktomi and the turtle -- Dance in a buffalo skull -- The toad and the boy -- Iya, the camp-eater -- Manstin, the rabbit -- The warlike seven.
Zitkala-Å aâs other books include American Indian Stories and Dreams and Thunder: Stories, Poems, and âThe Sun Dance Opera,â both published by the University of Nebraska Press. P. Jane Hafen is an associate professor of English at the University of NevadaâLas Vegas. She is the editor of Dreams and Thunder and coeditor of A Great Plains Reader (Nebraska 2003). Agnes Picotte is a teacher at the Red Cloud Indian School and has contributed to many volumes, including Ella Deloriaâs Waterlily, available in a Bison Books edition.
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