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Two Trickster Tango By Mark London Williams Douglas C. Potter,

  • Title: Two Trickster Tango
  • Author: Mark London Williams Douglas C. Potter
  • ISBN: 9780997413601
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if John Steinbeck made a left instead of a right at Monterey, and wound up studying Kabbalah instead of marine biology with Doc Ricketts Or Woody Guthrie wound up in a sweat lodge instead of a hobo camp, when he was riding rails out West What if Lon Chaney, in Hollywood s silent film era, wandered onto the Cowboy and Indians set next door, and saw a wolfman who wasWhat if John Steinbeck made a left instead of a right at Monterey, and wound up studying Kabbalah instead of marine biology with Doc Ricketts Or Woody Guthrie wound up in a sweat lodge instead of a hobo camp, when he was riding rails out West What if Lon Chaney, in Hollywood s silent film era, wandered onto the Cowboy and Indians set next door, and saw a wolfman who was really both wolfd man Or at least, coyote Any of these wrong turns might have resulted in the tale you hold in your hands right now It s the story of two legendary shape shifters and boundary busters Elijah, of Jewish folk tale and Passover wine fame, and Coyote, of Native American and tail on fire renown crossing paths in Depression Era California There are strikes brewing, baseball teams forming, outlaws still unrectified and scofflaws newly minted And moons to be howled at and danced under Dancing the Two Trickster Tango And they d love for you to join.
    Two Trickster Tango What if John Steinbeck made a left instead of a right at Monterey and wound up studying Kabbalah instead of marine biology with Doc Ricketts Or Woody Guthrie wound up in a sweat lodge instead of a ho

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    1. What a charming book It is both appropriate for both children and adults, with its whimsical tale of tricksters trying to find their place in our ever changing world The story teeters both on the historical and fantasy and takes you on a ride along with two lovable characters I strongly recommend this book for all of those who relate to the outsiders, the unorthodox, the crazies, or to those who hope to understand them a little better and perhaps, secretly wish they were them.

    2. A charming meeting of the old world patriarch Elijah and the new world trickster Coyote, passing through time This time, it s the early 20th century wild west, from World War I to the depression work camps in California Engagingly illustrated throughout Splashes of road characters like one experiences when chatting with hitchhikers and hobos The author also seems to have channeled the story of my Uncle Father Frank who restored Mission San Juan Bautista in the 1930s and was friends with Gov Merr [...]

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