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Lies to Live By
by Lois Beardslee
Michigan State University Press, 2003
Paper: 978-0-87013-663-4 | eISBN: 978-0-87013-890-4
Library of Congress Classification E99.C6.B42 2003
Dewey Decimal Classification 398.2089973

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Lies To Live By brings together two selections of stories by Ojibwe storyteller Lois Beardslee. “Lies to Live By,” a series of interdependent tales, reflects the storyteller’s role in interpreting traditional stories for contemporary audiences, while preserving traditions based not in mysticism but in pragmatism. In “Calm Days,” three generations—the narrator, her grandfather, and her son—spend a week together on a remote island during the course of which they demonstrate the continuity of Ojibwe life. Together these stories weave the contemporary and the traditional to show how cultural diversity can be preserved even as cultural boundaries are transcended.



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