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story of Comock the Eskimo

Robert Flaherty

story of Comock the Eskimo

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Published by Simon & Schuster in New York .
Written in English


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Statementas told to Robert Flaherty.
The Physical Object
Pagination90p. :
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21606658M

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Flaherty, an American-born prospector and a pioneer filmmaker, chanced to see the landing of an overcrowded, leaking, sealskin vessel, that held an Inuit hunter named Comock, his wife & their 11 children, this is their story/5.

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The story of Comock the Eskimo, (A Fawcett premier book)Author: Comock. Comock: The True Story Of An Eskimo Hunter Hardcover – January 3, by Robert Joseph Flaherty (Contributor) out of 5 stars 3 ratings.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(3). It's at once a picture book and a story but primarily it's a document in the sense that Nonook is a document, portraying Comock's perilous journey to an island reputed to be rich in game, his ten-year stay there with those of his family not lost to him by an ice-break, and their eventual return in a small umiak buoyed by inflated seal bladders.

Comock: The True Story of an Eskimo Hunter who Survived with His Family for Ten Years on an Otherwise Deserted Island, Returning to the Mainland Only by Great Ingenuity & Daring.

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This document is a typed rendering of a handwritten document by Michael Francis Kazingnuk which he titled: The Eskimo History Story. Kazingnuk was born on Big Diomede Island and in began the process of writing down the history of his people, from his Size: 1MB. A classic of oral literature, a kind of real-life Eskimo folk tale of cunning, ingenuity, and daring, Comock was originally published to critical acclaim in This beautiful new large-format edition includes many Inuit drawings collected by Flaherty, several sections of previously omitted text, and a new epilogue by the noted anthropologist Edmund Carpenter.

Eskimo's live in igloos that are made from ice blocks and snow. It’s a type of close greeting, often practiced between couples or children and their. Buy Comock by ROBERT FLAHERTY from Waterstones today.

Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: Revised Ed. Get this from a library. The story of Comock the Eskimo. [Comock.; Robert Joseph Flaherty; Edmund Carpenter] -- Chronicle of a starving Eskimo family's journey to and subsequent ten-year stay on an island rich in food where they are the only human inhabitants.

Illustrated by original Eskimo sketches. Comock: the true story of an Eskimo hunter who survived with his family for ten years on an otherwise deserted island, returning to the mainland only by great ingenuity & daring.

[Comock.; Robert Joseph Flaherty; Edmund Carpenter] -- Inthe village of Cape Wolstenholme, on Hudson Bay, was the northernmost edge of the North American frontier.

An oversize book of Art on the art of the Inuit, a presentation of some of the works of Art produced in the far North. with a commentary and pictures by Edmund Carpenter, Frederick Varley and Robert Flaherty.

a very good book. Used but in good condition, no dust jacket, about pages. Seller Inventory #   The Eskimo first appeared on the tail of an Alaska Airlines airplane in the early s as part of a new, four-logo paint scheme.

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He is born in a snow hut, and when he is but a few hours old he is carried on his mother's back out upon the ice, and around and around in circles and after a while through deep snow back to the hut. About this Item: The Musson Book Company Limited, Toronto, Hardcover.

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The book is essentially a compilation of anecdotes from the author's career in Greenland and elsewhere, all the while living among the Eskimos. Most every area of Eskimo culture is covered in his stories, from climate and cuisine to livelihood, religion and marital customs.

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