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Author Name:    RINK, Henrik LARSEN, Helge

Title:   Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo. Reprint in dustjacket

Publisher:    McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, 1974, ISBN:0773502181 

Seller ID:   111634

RINK, Henrik. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo. Translated from the Danish by the Author. With a New Introduction by Helge Larsen. Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, 1974. First Thus. Pp (10),v-xii,[1]-472,(4), folding map + folding plate. Text illustrations. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. First published 1875 by William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh andLondon. Reprinted by offset-lithography 1974. Contents : THE ESKIMO : Intr oductory Remarks. I - Subsistence and Mode of Life. II - Language. III - Social Order, Customs, and Laws. IV - Religion. V - Traditional Tales, Science, and Art. VI - Probable Origin and History. VII - Influence of Contact with Europeans. TALES AND TRADITIONS : Introduction. 1 - Kagsagsuk. 2 - The Blind Man who recovered his Sight. 3 - Igimarasugsuk. 4 - Kumagdlat and Asalok. 5 - Akigsiak. 6 - The Friends. 7 - Katerparsuk. 8 - A Tale about Two Girls. 9 - The Brothers visit their Sister. 10 - Kunuk the Orphan Boy. 11 - The Faithless Wife. 12 - The Man who mated himself with a Sea-fowl. 13 - TheBarren Wife. 14 - The Two Brothers. 15 - Giviok. 16 - Tiggak. 17 - Malaise —The Man who travelled to Akilinek. 18 - Navaranak or Javraganak. 19 - Avarunguak or Agdlerut. 20 - The Girl who married an Atliarusek. 21 - The Lost Daughter. 22 - Angutisugsuk. 23 - Sitliarnat. 24 - The Reindeer-hunt of Merkisalik. 25 - Namak. 26 - The Lonely Brothers. 27 - Sikutluk. 28 - The Girlwho fled to the Inlanders. 29 - The Orphans. 30 - The Girl who went away i n search of her Brother. 31 - The Dog. 32 - The Widow's Vengeance. 33 - A Lamentable Story. 34 - Uvikiak. 35 - The Sun and the Moon. 36 - Nivnitak. 37- The Brother who went to Akilinek in search of his Sister. 38 - Ussunguss ak or Savnimersok. 39 - The Child-monster. 40 - The Kivigtok. 41 - The Woman who got connected with Ingnersuit or Under-world People. 42 - About the Children of Two Cousins. 43 - The Girl who was stolen by an Inlander. 44 - The Child that was stolen by the Inlanders. 45 - The Angakok's Flight to Akilinek. 46 - The Kayakers in Captivity with the Malignant Ingnersuit. 47 - The Orphan Boy Iliarsorkik. 48 - The Brothers who were lost on their Journeyup the Fiord. 49 - The Solitary Kayaker. 50 - Kasiagsak, the Great Liar. 5 1 - The Revived who came to the Under-world People. 52 - The Old Bachelor. 53 - Salik the Kivigtok. 54 - Stories about the Ancient kavdlunait. 55 - Pisagsak and the Kivigtok. 56 - The Angakok Tugtutsiak. 57 - The witchcraft of Kulange. 58 - The Old Men's revenge. 59 - Aterfio. 60 - Inugtujusok. 61 -The Sons who avenged their Mother. 62 - Ernersiak the Foster-son. 63 - The Old Southlander. 64 - Naujarsuak and Kukajak. 65 - The Two Friends rescued by the Benevolent Ingnersuit. 66 - The Strong Man on the Island of K'erka. 67 - Niakunguak. 68 - Augpilagtok. 69 - The Angakok Ataitsiak practising h is Art with the Benevolent Ingnersuit. 70 - The Strong Man on Umanak. 71 - Kigutikak carried off by the Whalers. 72 - The Man not to be looked at by the Europeans. 73 - The Angakok from Kakortok. 74 - Utereetsok's Journey to the Far North. 75 - Savanguak. 76 - Inuarutligak—whose Christian name was Peter Rantholl. 77 - Akutak and Inuinak. 78 - Arnarsarsuak, the Kivigtok Woman. 79 - Avatarsuak, who was baptised Nathan. 80 - About the Men from the Firth visiting the People at the open Sea-shore. 81 - The Deserted Woman andher Foster-daughter. 82 - Isigarsigak. 83 - Atalianguak. 84 - A Visit to t he Giants. 85 - Kagsuk. 86 - The Dream and Conversion of Akamalik. 87 - Sangiak, or Nerngajorak. 88 - Atlunguak. 89 - Nakasungnak. 90 - The Anghiak. 91 - The Moon—Kanak. 92 - The Woman who wanted to be a Man. 93 - An Angakok Flight. 94 - The Means for Getting Children. 95 - Kanginguak. 96 - Kigdlinararsuk. 97 - A Man living on Karusuk. 98 - Atarsuatsiak. 99 - Among the Last Angakut at Kangerdlugsuatsiak. 100 - Atungak, a Tale from Labrador. 101 -Malarsuak, a Story from East Greenland. 102 - A Tale from Labrador. 103 - Aklaujak, a Tale from Labrador. 104 - The Giant of Kangersuak or Cape Farewell. 105 - The Kidnappers. 106 - The Visiting Animals. 107 - Avigiatsiak. 108 - The Bird's Cliff. 109 - Kuanak, an Angakok in South Greenland. 110 - An Angakok on Kekertarsuak. 111 - Singajuk and his Descendants. 112 - The Cousins. 113 - Manik. 114 - The Land of the Isarukitsok Bird. 115 - Kakortuliak. 116 - The Kuinasarinook. 117 - An Old Man, who was always anxious to outdo other People. 118 - The Revenging Animals. 119 - The Igdlokok. 120 - Iviangersook travelled all around the Coast of Greenland. 121 - A Married Couple remained Childless on account of their both being Angakok. 122 - An OldMan lost his only Son. 123 - Angakorsiak was very proud of his Angakok Wis dom. 124 - A Girl named Tuagtuanguak. 125 - The Gifts from the Under-world.126 - The Tupilak. 127 - The Grateful Bear. 128 - The Inhabitants of Akili nek. 129 - The Mother and Son as Kivigtut. 130 - The Help from Ingnersuit. 131 - The Removal of Disco Island. 132 - The Amarok. 133 - An Old Bachelor.134 - A Girl named Isserfik. 135 - The Sunrise. 136 - The Arnarkuagsak. 13 7 - Saugak. 138 - The Bloody Rock. 139 - Isigarsigak and his Sister. 140 - A Woman named Arnasugaussak. 141 - A Tale from East Greenland. 142 - Another Tale from East Greenland. 143 - The Swimmer, a Tale from Labrador. 144 - The Natives of Labrador. 145 - The Shark as Provider. 146 - A Woman named Alekakukiak. 147 - The Ocean-spider. 148 - A Woman who was mated with a Dog.149 - Katigagse. 150 - Ordlavarsuk. Stains to bottom and fore-edge, else v ery good in worn, torn and browned dustjacket. 40.00


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