Synopses & Reviews
Although these stories were collected in the 19th and 20th centuries, much was lost in translation through ignorance of the language or incorrect context. Here the retelling is how they might have been told by a Micmac: Drama, humor, surprises, and scares abound.
These six stories were collected from the 1800s to 1900s. The author has reworked these ancient stories to make them more like the way they would have been told.
Table of Contents
The boy who visited Muini'skw -- Woodchuck and the two old women -- The child from beneath the Earth -- Ki'kwa'ju and ki'-kwa'jusi's -- Kaqtukwasi's, son of the Thunders -- Jenu.