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Legends of the Iroquois (Myths and Legends) 1st Edition
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The assortment of symbols from Indian story telling found in this book seems to draw from various Eastern and Mid-western pictures/pictoglyphs and forms a unit on telling a story as a `visual learner`. I bought my copy from a market-place text book vender, and the student notes in the margin were puzzling around the story of two brothers who go out to hunt, and wind up inside the earth confronting a gigantic ferocious beast (a giant mouse.)
Who hasn't heard:
"the world will build a path to your door, if you build a better mouse trap."
And to the early American, other metaphorically gigantic creatures (because they did and do defy eradication) also included flying insects. If you've never watched the family film, `Mouse Hunt', then you've deprived yourself the laughter of being confronted with the absurdity and the irony of just how un-assailable is the mighty midget tyrannosaurus mouse. (O.K. I didn't have the patience to sit through all of it but it was recommended by the neighbor's kids who played it over and over.)
Mouse Hunt - DTS