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My Last Forty Days: A Visionary Journey among the Pueblo Spirits

From her own visionary experiences, noted anthropologist Felicitas Goodman has woven together an adventure story of a special kind—with a ghost as the protagonist. It is a tale of death and dying, yet full of light and joy, a heartwarming celebration of the immortality of the human soul. The story is told by the ghost herself, who is on a quest for a permanent home in the alternate reality of Pueblo-Indian mythology, whose inhabitants include animal spirits such as Old Man Coyote, Grandfather Bear, Sister Snake and Spider Woman.

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