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Freddie came home & other coyote tales /

Pat Phillips

Freddie came home & other coyote tales /

by Pat Phillips

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Published by Niibii Ikwe Inc. in Bartlesville, OK .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Poetry.,
    • Oklahoma -- Poetry.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesFreddie came home and other coyote tales
      StatementPatricia Phillips ; art by Arigon Starr.
      GenrePoetry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3566.H498 F74 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination85 p. :
      Number of Pages85
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3703457M
      ISBN 10097146250X
      LC Control Number2003270910
      OCLC/WorldCa48469982

      The poor thing didn't have that kind of luck. Every day, Hare came home intact and unruffled, with no tales of mischief to brighten her day. 10 Hare's mother had family over in the States, a sister who went there once on vacation and never came home. They had never been close - it was hard to form close bonds in a family of. 3 Where the Welsh Came From, 4 Lone Man Coyote, 5 The Bohemian Consul to Cardiff, 6 When Buffalo Bill Came to Aberystwyth, 7 The Cherokee Who Married a Welshman, 8 John Roberts of the Frolic, 9 The Legend of Prickett's Fort, 10 Ghosts of the Osage Mine, 11 Brer Bear and the Carmarthenshire Muck Heap, 12 In Search of Fanny the Barmaid.

      But in no time at all, Coyote was sound asleep again. The pointy sticks had broken right through the skin of his eyelids and instead of keeping his eyes open, the sticks pinned Coyote’s eyes shut. When all the other animals got up, Coyote did not stir from his deep sleep. The longest bow went to Cougar, and to Bear the next longest.   Arcade Fire’s victory was the big bang for other similar victories at the ceremony. The following year, the Wisconsin-based indie outfit Bon Iver took home Best New Artist.

      Note: The "Two-Fisted Tales" comic book cover shown in the episode is a spoof. This tale came from the script for the film Two-Fisted Tales that was "based" on the comic book series of the same name along with the Tales from the Crypt stories "Yellow" and "Showdown". 10 "Maniac at Large" Crime SuspenStories # John Frankenheimer: Mae Woods. When he came back to the Hogan, Coyote provoked the maiden to kill him. She was frustrated with him so she grabbed him by the back of the neck, dragged him to a cliff, and clubbed him to death without any sympathy or remorse, and returned to her home. After some time passed, the Coyote showed up at her Hogan and announced, “That was one!”.


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