Cashibo Folklore and Culture: Prose, Poetry, and Historical Background

Statement of Responsibility:
Wistrand-Robinson, Lila
Series Issue:
34
Date:
1998
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics
Publisher Place:
Dallas
Part Of Series:
Publications in Ethnography 34
Extent:
xviii, 177 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

Preface
Introduction

Part 1: The Cashibo Tell Their Story

  1. How Things Came to Be as They Are
  2. Creation, the Flood, and Crossing the Ocean
  3. Our Inca Heroes
  4. When the Animals Lived Like Humans
  5. We Tell About Death and Other Worlds
  6. Our Tribal Ways-Morals, Belief and Practice
  7. Migration and Westernization
  8. Work, Recreation, and Travel
  9. Song Poetry

Part 2: Culture Sketch and Panoan Background

  1. Geographical and Historical Setting
  2. Kinship, Marriage, and Family
  3. Material Culture, Technology, and Economics
  4. Religion and Beliefs
  5. Pan-Panoan Setting for Cashibo-Cacataibo Myths and Tales

Appendices
References

Country:
Peru
Subject Languages:
Content Language:
Field:
Work Type:
Subject:
Folklore, myth and legend
Ethnography
Nature of Work:
Entry Number:
7912