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The Resource Barbecued husbands : and other stories from the Amazon, Betty Mindlin and indigenous storytellers ; translated by Donald Slatoff

Barbecued husbands : and other stories from the Amazon, Betty Mindlin and indigenous storytellers ; translated by Donald Slatoff

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Barbecued husbands : and other stories from the Amazon
Title
Barbecued husbands
Title remainder
and other stories from the Amazon
Statement of responsibility
Betty Mindlin and indigenous storytellers ; translated by Donald Slatoff
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Contributor
Author
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • por
  • eng
Summary
These are the stories of indigenous tribes of the Brazilian rainforests that are on the verge of extinction. Mindlin recorded these tales that read like a novel, and are infused with a magic realism
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Mindlin, Betty
Dewey number
398.2/089/9808111
Index
index present
Language note
Translated from the Portuguese
LC call number
F2519.1.R66
LC item number
M5513 2002
Literary form
fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Slatoff, Donald
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  • Indians of South America
  • Tales
  • Sex
  • Indians of South America
  • Sex
  • Tales
  • Brazil
Label
Barbecued husbands : and other stories from the Amazon, Betty Mindlin and indigenous storytellers ; translated by Donald Slatoff
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-284) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Akarandek, the flying head, or the ravenous wife
  • The unlucky hunter, or the tree-lover
  • The Txopokod's balls, the ashes of the invisible
  • When children were born from their mothers' toenails
  • The Pleiades, Watxuri
  • The prick made of muiratinga wood and the frog, páapap
  • Menstruation, the sibling lovers, the moon, and genipap
  • The Tapir's wife
  • The Txopokod orphan
  • The offended wife, the flight to a macaw husband, and the height of Brazil nut trees
  • Macurap.
  • The woman who love to her son-in-law
  • Wakotutxé piõ, the mutilated lover
  • Peniom and the winged bride
  • Piron, the Blue Tinamou
  • Tupari.
  • Pawatü, the headhunters
  • The Pawatü massacre the Tupari
  • Akiã, the Tupari woman who was mutilated by the Pawatü
  • Piripidpit, the maiden whom the men devoured
  • Independence and torture
  • Botxatoniã, the women of the rainbow
  • The men's menstruation
  • Kempãi, the woman with only one breast
  • The clay woman
  • The ghost baby's nanny
  • The young woman who took a ghost / epaitsit lover
  • The old woman who are young boys
  • The Cobra-cega's lover
  • The clay pecker
  • The king vulture's rival, or the crazy horny girl
  • The Caburé and the Musician Wren, or the deceived bride
  • The ghost lover and the girl with the giant clitoris
  • The dead husband
  • The man with the long cock
  • Ajuru.
  • The moon
  • The brother and sister raised by the jaguar
  • The enchanted girl
  • The snake-husband
  • The gluttonous wife
  • Tororõi, the frog
  • Nangueretá, the flying head
  • Akaké, a groom with three cocks
  • The greedy wife
  • Watirinoti, the fox of olden times, or the revenge
  • Kero-opeho, the castrated man, the man who turned into a woman
  • Djikontxerô, the flying head
  • Tiwawá, the evening star and Kurawatin-ine, the morning star, or the brother-in-law's lover
  • Nerutë Upahë
  • Nekohon, the Pico-de-jaca snake husband
  • Pakuredjerui aoné, the men who ate their own shit, or the men without women
  • Bedjabziá, the master of the wasps
  • Berewekoronti, the cruel husband, and the unfaithful wives
  • The koman song
  • The Tapir
  • Arikaupu.
  • Pakukawa Djeparia, the Macucao bird
  • The woman-pot
  • The woman who made love to a stick, and the land turtle husband
  • The Tapir, Namwii Hoa, or the men without women
  • Aruá.
  • Wãnzei warandé, the women who went away
  • The white anthill
  • The severed head
  • (the frog song), or the women who barbecued and devoured their husbands
  • The monkey
  • The queen of the bees
  • Zakorobkap, the fly
  • Djapé, the arrowhead, the man who at his wives
  • Serek-Á, the mermaid
  • Love in the indigenous mythology of Rondônia: an anthology.
  • A commentary on Barbecued Husbands
  • Seduction
  • The eternal battle of the sexes
  • The Amazons: women without men
  • The women without men, the Amazons, the Kaledjaa-Ipeb, the black women
  • Women and excess
  • The dead husband
  • Dead before death
  • Passion and transgression
  • The great snake, awanda, the boa constrictor
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
viii, 310 pages
Isbn
9781859846810
Lccn
2002033832
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)50503433
  • (OCoLC)ocm50503433
  • 671129
Label
Barbecued husbands : and other stories from the Amazon, Betty Mindlin and indigenous storytellers ; translated by Donald Slatoff
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-284) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Akarandek, the flying head, or the ravenous wife
  • The unlucky hunter, or the tree-lover
  • The Txopokod's balls, the ashes of the invisible
  • When children were born from their mothers' toenails
  • The Pleiades, Watxuri
  • The prick made of muiratinga wood and the frog, páapap
  • Menstruation, the sibling lovers, the moon, and genipap
  • The Tapir's wife
  • The Txopokod orphan
  • The offended wife, the flight to a macaw husband, and the height of Brazil nut trees
  • Macurap.
  • The woman who love to her son-in-law
  • Wakotutxé piõ, the mutilated lover
  • Peniom and the winged bride
  • Piron, the Blue Tinamou
  • Tupari.
  • Pawatü, the headhunters
  • The Pawatü massacre the Tupari
  • Akiã, the Tupari woman who was mutilated by the Pawatü
  • Piripidpit, the maiden whom the men devoured
  • Independence and torture
  • Botxatoniã, the women of the rainbow
  • The men's menstruation
  • Kempãi, the woman with only one breast
  • The clay woman
  • The ghost baby's nanny
  • The young woman who took a ghost / epaitsit lover
  • The old woman who are young boys
  • The Cobra-cega's lover
  • The clay pecker
  • The king vulture's rival, or the crazy horny girl
  • The Caburé and the Musician Wren, or the deceived bride
  • The ghost lover and the girl with the giant clitoris
  • The dead husband
  • The man with the long cock
  • Ajuru.
  • The moon
  • The brother and sister raised by the jaguar
  • The enchanted girl
  • The snake-husband
  • The gluttonous wife
  • Tororõi, the frog
  • Nangueretá, the flying head
  • Akaké, a groom with three cocks
  • The greedy wife
  • Watirinoti, the fox of olden times, or the revenge
  • Kero-opeho, the castrated man, the man who turned into a woman
  • Djikontxerô, the flying head
  • Tiwawá, the evening star and Kurawatin-ine, the morning star, or the brother-in-law's lover
  • Nerutë Upahë
  • Nekohon, the Pico-de-jaca snake husband
  • Pakuredjerui aoné, the men who ate their own shit, or the men without women
  • Bedjabziá, the master of the wasps
  • Berewekoronti, the cruel husband, and the unfaithful wives
  • The koman song
  • The Tapir
  • Arikaupu.
  • Pakukawa Djeparia, the Macucao bird
  • The woman-pot
  • The woman who made love to a stick, and the land turtle husband
  • The Tapir, Namwii Hoa, or the men without women
  • Aruá.
  • Wãnzei warandé, the women who went away
  • The white anthill
  • The severed head
  • (the frog song), or the women who barbecued and devoured their husbands
  • The monkey
  • The queen of the bees
  • Zakorobkap, the fly
  • Djapé, the arrowhead, the man who at his wives
  • Serek-Á, the mermaid
  • Love in the indigenous mythology of Rondônia: an anthology.
  • A commentary on Barbecued Husbands
  • Seduction
  • The eternal battle of the sexes
  • The Amazons: women without men
  • The women without men, the Amazons, the Kaledjaa-Ipeb, the black women
  • Women and excess
  • The dead husband
  • Dead before death
  • Passion and transgression
  • The great snake, awanda, the boa constrictor
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
viii, 310 pages
Isbn
9781859846810
Lccn
2002033832
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)50503433
  • (OCoLC)ocm50503433
  • 671129
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