The Way to Rainy Mountain (Momaday Collection) download epub
by N. Scott Momaday
There are distinctive illustrations by the author's father, Al Momaday.
Momaday retells the Kiowa myths that he learned from his grandmother, speculates on the actual history they may symbolize, and describes, with infectious nostalgia, the Indian life he knew as a child. There are distinctive illustrations by the author's father, Al Momaday. The whole book is most attractive; beautifully written, full of gentleness and dignity.
Navarre Scott Momaday (born February 27, 1934) is a Kiowa novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet. His novel House Made of Dawn was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1969, and is considered the first major work of the Native American Renaissance. His follow-up work The Way to Rainy Mountain blended folklore with memoir. Momaday received the National Medal of Arts in 2007 for his work's celebration and preservation of indigenous oral and art tradition.
The Way to Rainy Mountain (1969) is a book by Pulitzer Prize winning author N. Scott Momaday
The Way to Rainy Mountain (1969) is a book by Pulitzer Prize winning author N. Scott Momaday. It is about the journey of Momaday's Kiowa ancestors from their ancient beginnings in the Montana area to their final war and surrender to the United States Cavalry at Fort Sill, and subsequent resettlement near Rainy Mountain, Oklahoma. The Way to Rainy Mountain is a unique blend of history, folklore, and poetic memoir and was published in 1969
First published in paperback by UNM Press in 1976, The Way to Rainy Mountain has sold over 200,000 copies. The magnificent Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of a stranger in his native landA young Native American, Abel has come home from a foreign war to find himself caught between two worlds.
First published in paperback by UNM Press in 1976, The Way to Rainy Mountain has sold over 200,000 copies. And this is particularly true of the oral tradition, which exists in a dimension of timelessness. I was first told these stories by my father when I was a child. I do not know how long they had existed before I heard them
I was introduced to N. Scott Momaday's unique book in a class this semester where we discussed the overlying themes and message of The Way to Rainy Mountain. Told in a three part process through myth.
I was introduced to N. Navarre Scott Momaday was born on February 27, 1934 in Lawton, Okla. to Kiowa parents who successfully bridged the gap between Native American and white ways, but remained true to their heritage. Momaday attended the University of New Mexico and earned an . and a P. from Stanford University in 1963.
Momaday explains that the way to Rainy Mountain is the history of an idea, man’s idea of himself. 27, 1934, Momaday's most famous book remains 1969's House Made of Dawn, the story of a Pueblo boy torn between N. Scott Momaday's baritone voice booms from any stage. Although the verbal tradition has diminished and lost much detail through time, the myth, legend, and lore are still left. The listener, whether at the United Nations in New York City or next to the radio at home, is transported through time, known as 'kairos"and space to Oklahoma near Carnegie, to the "sacred, red earth" of Momaday's tribe.
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Scott Momaday facts: N. Scott Momaday (born 1934) is recognized as one of the premier writers in the United States. In 1969, his novel House Made of Dawn was awarded the Pulitzer prize for fiction.
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I returned to Rainy Mountain in July. My grandmother had died in the spring, and I wanted to be at her grave. It was a journey toward the dawn, and it led to a golden age. Along the way the Kiowas were befriended by the Crows, who gave them the culture and religion of the Plains. She had lived to be very old and at last infirm. They acquired horses, and their ancient nomadic spirit was suddenly free of the ground.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: United States
Publisher: University of Arizona Press; 1st Edition edition (September 1, 1996)
Pages: 88 pages