The Unwritten Literature of the Hopi by Hattie Greene Lockett


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by Hattie Greene Lockett

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Title: The Unwritten Literature of the Hopi

Author: Hattie Greene Lockett

Release Date: May 24, 2005 [EBook #15888]

Language: English

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Vol. IV, No. 4
May 15, 1933

University of Arizona Bulletin

SOCIAL SCIENCE BULLETIN No. 2


The Unwritten Literature of the Hopi


BY
HATTIE GREENE LOCKETT


PUBLISHED BY
University of Arizona
TUCSON, ARIZONA




TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. Introduction
General Statement
The Challenge
The Myth, Its Meaning and Function in Primitive Life

II. The Hopi
Their Country, The People

III. Hopi Social Organization
Government
The Clan and Marriage
Property, Lands, Houses, Divorce
Woman's Work
Man's Work

IV. Pottery and Basket Making Traditional, Its Symbolism

V. House Building

VI. Myth and Folktale, General Discussion
Stability
Intrusion of Contemporary Material
How and Why Myths are Kept
Service of Myth
Hopi Story Telling

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