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In the Bear's House

Momaday, N. Scott

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ISBN 10: 0312199694 / ISBN 13: 9780312199692
Editorial: NY, NY: St. Martin's Press, 1999
Condición: Very Good + Encuadernación de tapa dura
Librería: Downtown Books & News (Asheville, NC, Estados Unidos de America)

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Large 8vo. 96pp. Burnt orange paper covered boards have light edgewear. Illustrated Dj. covered in protective mylar. Brief inscription with author's signature on ffep. N° de ref. de la librería 1603

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Título: In the Bear's House

Editorial: NY, NY: St. Martin's Press

Año de publicación: 1999

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Very Good +

Condición de la sobrecubierta: very good +

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

Edición: First edition, first printing.

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Sinopsis:

You are the dark shape I find
On nights of the spilling moon,
Pale in the pool of heaven.
You are spirit, you are that
Which summons me and confirms
My passage. You know my name...
--from "Revenant"

N. Scott Momaday's unique connection to the beauty and spirituality of the natural world surfaces in all of his works, from his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel House Made of Dawn to his more recent collection In the Presence of the Sun. Yet In the Bear's House is Momaday's intensely personal quest to understand the spirit of the wilderness embodied in the animal image of Bear.

Intimately linked to Bear since his childhood, Momaday searches for this elusive yet omnipresent spirit who is both the keeper and the manifestation of the wild mountains, rivers, and plains. Exploring themes of anguish, forgiveness, and belief, Momaday journeys from the bitter Siberian taiga to the blackening night sky to deep within his own timeless essence, and reveals Bear to be both a radiant presence and spiritual restorative. In the first section, Momaday uses dialogues between the original Bear, Urset, and his creator, Yahweh, to probe the troubling consolation of language, the wonder of prayer, and the grace of storytelling. The bold, finely wrought language of the poems and passages collected here evoke the despair, bewilderment, and valor of the hunted Bear as well as the ultimate redemption and fulfillment to be found in the ritual of death. The provocative original paintings throughout In the Bear's House powerfully enhance our interpretation of Bear by suggesting his many incarnations.

Through both word and image, Momaday brings us deep into his vision of Bear's house and further distinguishes himself as one of the most luminous visionaries of our time.

From the Publisher:

A new collection of poems and paintings by the celebrated pioneer of modern Native American literature

Since receiving the Pulitzer Prize in 1969 for his first novel, House Made of Dawn, N. Scott Momaday has had one of the most remarkable careers in twentieth-century American letters. Here, in In the Bear's House, Momaday passionately explores themes of loneliness, sacredness, and aggression through his depiction of Bear, the one animal that has both inspired and haunted him throughout his lifetime. With transcendent dignity and gentleness, In the Bear's House celebrates Momaday's extraordinary creative vision and evolution as one of our most gifted artists.

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