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Harold Courlander • 24 Items / 13 Books, 3 Articles, 8 Reviews
The Fourth World of the Hopis (1971)
The Epic Story of the Hopi Indians as Preserved in Their Legends and Traditions
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Published Reviews
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    The Screen: Black and White (10 Reviews)
    Big Brother's Indian Programs---With Reservations, by Sar A. Levitan and Barbara Hetrick
    1. Big Brother's Indian Programs---With Reservations by Sar A. Levitan and Barbara Hetrick
    2. Geronimo: A Biography by Alexander B. Adams
    3. Red Man's Land/White Man's Law by Wilcomb E. Washburn
    4. The Search for an American Indian Identity by Hazel W. Hertzberg
    5. The American Indian Almanac by John Upton Terrell
    6. North American Indians in Historical Perspective by Eleanor Burke Leacock and Nancy Oestreich Lurie, ...
    7. The First Hundred Years of Nino Cochise by Ciye Nino Cochise and A. Kinney Griffith
    8. The Fourth World of the Hopis by Harold Courlander
    9. Fig Tree John by Edwin Corle
    10. The Death of the Great Spirit by Earl Shorris
    Commonweal, May 26, 1972, pp. 287-288
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    Short Reviews: Books (13 Reviews)
    In a Free State, by V.S. Naipaul
    1. In a Free State by V.S. Naipaul
    2. Bruegel by Max Seidel and Roger H. Marijnissen
    3. Cities in the Sea by Nicholas C. Flemming
    4. Fillets of Plaice by Gerald Durrell
    5. Academic Graffiti by W.H. Auden
    6. Body Time by Gay Gaer Luce
    7. Touch the Earth by T.C. McLuhan
    8. The Fourth World of the Hopis by Harold Courlander
    9. Tolstoy, My Father by Ilya Tolstoy
    10. Sliprock by Edward Abbey and Philip Hyde
    11. Dreams of a Young Girl by David Hamilton and Alain Robbe-Grillet
    12. The Cosmopolitan World Atlas
    13. Rabbit Redux by John Updike
    The Atlantic Monthly, December 1971, pp. 135-140