Unwritten Literature of the Hopi

Unwritten Literature of the Hopi

by Hattie Greene Lockett

“By a brief survey of present day Hopi culture and an examination into the myths and traditions constituting the unwritten literature of this people, this bulletin proposes to show that an intimate connection exists between their ritual acts, their moral standards, their social organization, even their practical activities of today, and their myths and tales—the still unwritten legendary lore.” Published in 1933 as University of Arizona Social Science Bulletin No. 2, this book is a publication by Hattie Greene Lockett of her thesis for the master’s degree in anthropology. She was a sheep rancher, anthropologist, clubwoman, and writer, and was inducted into the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame in 1987, 25 years after her death. (Introduction and Verla Viera) - Summary by Introduction and Verla Viera

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