Many Winters by Nancy Wood
Prose and Poetry of the Pueblos

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For the past 800 years, the Indians of Taos Pueblo have lived under Taos Mountain in the Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico. Their unique vision of the world, their deeply rooted attachment to the land and their own way of life, and the quiet wisdom of their elders are eloquently recorded in this classic volume.

About Nancy Wood

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Senior Lecturer in Media Studies at the University of Sussex.
Published January 1, 1974 by Doubleday & Co.. 80 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Now I look at them and see automobiles."" -- the general mood is one of transcendence rather than anger -- ""I have found more to life/ In the travels of an ant/ Than in the progress of the world/ Which has fallen far behind/ The place it started from."" That this seems a rather difficult book to...

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In both text and art, this notable collection presents stirring portraits of a proud people.

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