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American Indian Verse: Characteristics of Style by Nellie Barnes

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1869. pp. 473-474. WISSLER, CLARK. T h e American Indian. 1917. pp. 144-145. Congrega- McMurtrie. N. Y . INDEX Aesthetics, as a shaping force, 182 0 ; effect of geographical differences, 18-19; happiness and beauty, 2 0 ; sensuous beauty, 1 9 ; sound, 1 9 ; vivid coloring, 19 Affirmation, predominance of, 13 Allusion, 32-37 Apache, San Carlos, Songs of the Deer Ceremony, 43 Arapahos, 27 Badger Song, 44, 45 Beauty, see Aesthetics Beaver Song, 48 Book of Rites, Iroquois, quoted, 48 Burden, 28, 29, 37 Chant to the Sun, 12 Cherokees, symbols of, 1 6 ; Traveler's Song, 53 Cheyenne, Song of Victory, quoted, 35 Chippewa, songs referred to, 3 6 ; quoted, 3 3 , 36, 4 8 Color, aesthetic use of, 1 9 ; symbolism of, 14, 16-17 Conciseness, in allusion, 3 2 ; as a characteristic of Indian verse, 3 0 - 3 S ; in elision, 32, 3 7 ; in exclamatory forms, 32, 3 7 ; in lyric poetry, 3 2 ; in The Walam Olum, 3 0 - 3 2 ; in suggestion, association, and implication, 323 6 ; in suppression of verbs, 32, 36-37 Corn Grinding Song, quoted, 23 Cosmic faith, importance of, 9, 41 Coyote and the Locust, The, 29-30 Croio Dance Song, 27 Cure Song, 44 Daylight Song, The, 20 Death of Taluta, The, 11 Delaware, The Walam Olum, conciseness in, 3 0 - 3 2 ; quoted, 31, 46 Diction, as a characterises of Indian verse, 3 8 - 4 1 ; archaic, 3 9 ; characteristics of word-building.

Crowell. N. Y . 1911. pp. 97-102, 232-243. ) RlGGS, A . L. Dakota Poetry : Tàh-koo Wah-kàn. tional Pub. Soc. Boston. 1869. pp. 473-474. WISSLER, CLARK. T h e American Indian. 1917. pp. 144-145. Congrega- McMurtrie. N. Y . INDEX Aesthetics, as a shaping force, 182 0 ; effect of geographical differences, 18-19; happiness and beauty, 2 0 ; sensuous beauty, 1 9 ; sound, 1 9 ; vivid coloring, 19 Affirmation, predominance of, 13 Allusion, 32-37 Apache, San Carlos, Songs of the Deer Ceremony, 43 Arapahos, 27 Badger Song, 44, 45 Beauty, see Aesthetics Beaver Song, 48 Book of Rites, Iroquois, quoted, 48 Burden, 28, 29, 37 Chant to the Sun, 12 Cherokees, symbols of, 1 6 ; Traveler's Song, 53 Cheyenne, Song of Victory, quoted, 35 Chippewa, songs referred to, 3 6 ; quoted, 3 3 , 36, 4 8 Color, aesthetic use of, 1 9 ; symbolism of, 14, 16-17 Conciseness, in allusion, 3 2 ; as a characteristic of Indian verse, 3 0 - 3 S ; in elision, 32, 3 7 ; in exclamatory forms, 32, 3 7 ; in lyric poetry, 3 2 ; in The Walam Olum, 3 0 - 3 2 ; in suggestion, association, and implication, 323 6 ; in suppression of verbs, 32, 36-37 Corn Grinding Song, quoted, 23 Cosmic faith, importance of, 9, 41 Coyote and the Locust, The, 29-30 Croio Dance Song, 27 Cure Song, 44 Daylight Song, The, 20 Death of Taluta, The, 11 Delaware, The Walam Olum, conciseness in, 3 0 - 3 2 ; quoted, 31, 46 Diction, as a characterises of Indian verse, 3 8 - 4 1 ; archaic, 3 9 ; characteristics of word-building.

T h e American Indian. McMurtrie. N. Y . 1917. 435 pp. ) Ceremonial Bundles of the Blackf oot Indians. Anthr. P a pers of the A m e r . Mus. of Nat. Hist. vol. V I I . part 2, N. Y. 1912. 289 p p . B. C R I T I C A L COMMENT ON I N D I A N V E R S E A U S T I N , MARY. Dial. vol. L X V L no. 791. p p . 569-570; vol. L X V I L no. 797. p. 163. Introduction : The Path on the Rainbow. ( E d . ) Boni and Liveright. N. Y . 1918. p p . i-xxxii. / BRINTON, DANIEL GARRISON. Native American Poetry : Essays of an Americanist.

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