Double Woman (Native American Studies Book)
This book is a study of the infamously fabled Double Woman from the perspective of the relationship between art and myth.
Recognition of duality and polar opposites is a widespread, if not universal cultural phenomenon. Examples of binary structures surround us: day vs. night, male vs. female, brith vs. death, good vs. evil. Such structure exists prominently in Lakota mythology, whose pantheon consists of a number of personalities, each of whom can be generally categorized into good and evil.
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- Michele D. Burger
- Publication Details:
- Lakota Books, 1999
- Book Details:
- Paperback, 90 pages