Author: Hoshino Michio
268page | 148 * 210mm (A5) | 348g
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About This Book
It is a book that captures photographer Hoshino Michio 's traces of animism and mythology, articles and photographs left in the Alaska Aboriginal community, and the last memo of his trip to Siberia. This book, which was scheduled for 17 times, has become an incomplete masterpiece of Hoshino Michio unfortunately due to the terrible accident that took place during the trip to the Kamchatka peninsula for the purpose of shooting the salmon corpse after 14 articles and for several other purposes and purposes.
Hosino Michio, who loved Alaska and the bear in particular, was killed in a bear attack while camping on the Kamchatka peninsula in Siberia. Like his best friend Celia Hunter, life was suddenly going down the road without ending the journey, just like any other event taking place while planning something. That is why this book, which recorded his last trip, has more and more meaningful meaning.
His last trip was a huge crow myth. This stunning creature is the heroine and creator of the mythology of the Mongolian group who migrated to Alaska over the Bering Sea during the last ice age. Hoshino Michio traveled from Alaska to Siberia, and back through the Mongolian route.
It is because I had the aspiration to look for the common roots of Mongoloids in one tongue by looking through the traces of animism and myths of various tribes that will be encountered in the long journey. The author who follows the identity of the big raven myth meets with mysterious Indians fatefully, and the encounter finally leads to the journey of following Mongoloid's great journey.
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