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Giving Birth to Thunder Sleeping with His Daughter.
by [Native American Lore] Lopez, Barry.

Publisher Information:
Sheed, Andrews & McMeel, Kansas City: 1977.

A Fine tight copy with a slight abrasion to the flyleaf in a Fine, bright dust jacket with just the slightest bit of wear to the heel of the spine. Not price clipped. Lopez's second book uncommon in this condition. Coyote, in Native American lore, is the eternal vagabond, inveterate prankster, wise warrior, blind fool, and in this collection of stories Lopez sheds light on Native American culture and legend. Signed by Lopez.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0-8362-0726-2
Book Id: 21477

Price: $495.00

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