Black Elk wollte ja seine Vision ALLEN Menschen erzählen, nicht nur seinem eigenen Volk!!
When Black Elk describes his vision, it is the most beautiful, the most profound assessment of human experience that I have ever encountered.
In this book, we read about a people, in this case one man, that makes it his and their life-style or "Way" where the exception in the norm.
Everyone needs to know about the tragedy of the american indian..so much is lost when indigenous people and their culture are destroyed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by andy blick
A very good read. This is a good portrayal of Black Elk's life and beliefs.Published 3 months ago by Wayne
The most striking part of reading this book is learning that while Neihardt shaped Black Elk Speaks as a tragedy, Nicholas Black Elk himself had the hope that a revival of the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Jodrey
This book is enlightening and a little sad at the same time. It's amazing the stuff people do to hurt others. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jenn Lynn
An interesting book from interesting perspectives. Actually more entertaining than Black Elk Speaks. Wowapi washte. Reading it is worth your time. Hoka hey!Published 13 months ago by StephenX
The Sixth Grandfather is the English translation of thoughts provided by Black Elk to John Neihardt, a mainstream American writer. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Grammie Carol
it tell the history of the sue and there religon and other things and how bad our nation and rlegion wanted them wipe out we could have learn so much from themPublished 16 months ago by robert hutchings
I bought both Black Elk Speaks and this book. This is the better of the two. DeMallie sheds light on comments made and corrects what was written where necessary. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Bit Twiddler
i like the book and have done alot of the study on this stuff its fun to ready books like thisPublished on December 19, 2012 by Shannon Hadfield