Rhythm for Rain: The Drama and Ancient Culture of the Hopi Indians Portrayed in the Epic Story of the Great Drought. John Louw Nelson.

Rhythm for Rain: The Drama and Ancient Culture of the Hopi Indians Portrayed in the Epic Story of the Great Drought

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1937. 1st. Hardcover. First edition. 8vo. xi, 271pp, +54 plates. Black & white illustrations; 54 photographic plates. Review copy with publisher's card & photograph of 'Hohmsona and the Racing Gods' laid in. Black cloth covered boards; gilt titles to spine; original illustrated dust jacket. Near fine in very good dust jacket (creasing and wear to extremities; slight fading to spine; price-clipped). Item #15931

"...a continuous narrative, following the career of a Hopi boy against the background of the three-year drought, which is an epic in the history of the Southwest." - dustjacket flap.

Price: $95.00

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