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by Dudley Cocke,Donna Porterfield,Edward Wemytewa

Download Journeys Home: Revealing a Zuni-Appalachia Collaboration (English and Spanish Edition) eBook
ISBN:
0964140144
Author:
Dudley Cocke,Donna Porterfield,Edward Wemytewa
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English Spanish
Publisher:
Zuni A:shiwi Publishing (December 31, 2002)
Pages:
112 pages
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1426 kb
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1667 kb
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The collaboration wrote and toured the bi-lingual work, "Corn Mountain/Pine Mountain: Following the Season" a creative celebration of the rural life and culture of the Zuni and Appalachian people.

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English and Spanish Teacher Collaboration.

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The Longest Journey is a bildungsroman by E. M. Forster, first published in 1907. It is the second of Forster's six published novels, following Where Angels Fear to Tread (1905) and preceding A Room with a View (1908) and Howards End (1910)

The Longest Journey is a bildungsroman by E. It is the second of Forster's six published novels, following Where Angels Fear to Tread (1905) and preceding A Room with a View (1908) and Howards End (1910). It has a reputation for being the least known of Forster's novels, but was also the author's personal favourite and one of his most autobiographical. It is the only one of Forster's novels not to have received a film or television adaptation.

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The Zuni writing in Journeys Home is the most inclusive example of written Zuni extant, and the book, with the .

The Zuni writing in Journeys Home is the most inclusive example of written Zuni extant, and the book, with the accompanying CD, will become a primary text for teaching written Zuni. Library descriptions. Sixteen hundred miles separate Zuni's Corn Mountain, in western New Mexico, and Appalachia's Pine Mountain, in eastern Kentucky. But both these rural communities are so off the beaten track that they are places where people still tell stories directly to one another.

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Sixteen hundred miles separate Zuni's Corn Mountain, in western New Mexico, and Appalachia's Pine Mountain, in eastern Kentucky. But both these rural communities are so off the beaten track that they are places where people still tell stories directly to one another. This remarkable book tells the story of how Kentucky's Roadside Theater inspired and then collaborated with Zuni Pueblo's Idiwanan An Chawe (Children of the Middle Place), the first Zuni language theater. Together, the two theater companies created a bilingual play, "Corn Mountain/Pine Mountain: Following the Seasons," which toured nationally. Included in this book, the play uses traditional and original stories, oral histories, humor, music, and dance to celebrate and comment upon two agricultural ways of life that once provided physical and spiritual sustenance for people in Zuni and Appalachia. The Zuni language was exclusively oral until a written form of the language was developed in the 1970s. The Zuni writing in Journeys Home is the most inclusive example of written Zuni extant, and the book, with the accompanying CD, will become a primary text for teaching written Zuni.