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English. An English translation of the old English word "holh". Old English, English (indirectly translated), Esperanto. info holh. adjective. info hollow. adjective. Like a hmangmi ko hi kan tam khun.

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In the shimmering mountains: South Westative Verbal Art

The Inside Dazzling Mountains offers new, refreshing translation of local spoken literature from the Southwest, a vibrant and diverse cultural and linguistic area. It contains lyrics, tales, songs and speeches from the four main linguistic groups of the southwest: √łYuman, Nad ne (Apachean), Uto-Aztecan and Kiowa-Tanoan. Combining interpretations of photographs from the 19th and early 20th century with a wide range of new material that has been taken up and manufactured, it testifies to the continuing vigour and creative spirit of the South West's indigenous modern world.

In order for the south-western language and culture to be more widely recognised and valued, it was urgently necessary to translate back older works. Genuine translation was often erroneous and cultureally prejudiced and used literature convention that was common to the Anglo-Americans but alien to the natives themselves. The Inside Dazzling Mountains remedies these shortcomings and celebrate the variety of mother tongues used in the Southwest today.

Published and interpreted by David L. Kozak, who provides a wide range of editing instruments for the interpretation of South West past and present lieder, myth, myths, histories and hymns, this book adds to the ongoing vibrancy and complex culture of the area.

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