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6 edition of Corn Maiden found in the catalog.

Corn Maiden

by Joyce Jones

  • 366 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Lean Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Romance: Modern,
  • Fiction,
  • Romance - Adult,
  • Romance - Contemporary

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8809344M
    ISBN 101932475001
    ISBN 109781932475005
    OCLC/WorldCa53283205

    The Corn Maiden is meant as a crop-ensuring sacrifice, but for Jude, the enterprise is tangled in her jealousy, attraction and hatred toward Marissa and her mother, Leah. In the days Jude and her accomplices keep Marissa drugged and naked in her basement, Leah is frantic with worry and guilt. And she intends to use that power to enact a terrifying ritual called The Corn Maiden. In "Helping Hands," published here for the first time, a widow meets an Iraq War veteran in a dingy charity shop, having no idea where the peculiar encounter is about to lead.

    When she suddenly disappears, mounting evidence points to a local substitute teacher. Meanwhile, an older girl from Melissa’s school is giddy with her power to cause so much havoc unnoticed. And she intends to use that power to enact a terrifying ritual called The Corn Maiden.   "The Corn Maiden" is the gut-wrenching story of Marissa, a beautiful and sweet, but somewhat slow, eleven-year-old girl with hair the color of corn silk. Her single mother comes home one night to find her missing and panics, frantically knocking on the doors of her neighbors. She finally calls /5(16).

    “The Corn Maiden: And Other Nightmares” is a collection of short stories in the horror genre by the prolific writer Joyce Carol Oates. Many of the stories delve into the twisted minds of some young children, whose views of the world have been distorted by disturbances in their lives/5(28). The seven stories in this stellar collection from the prolific Oates (Give Me Your Heart) may prompt the reader to turn on all the lights or jump at imagined noises. In the excruciating title tale, a.


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The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares is a collection of seven short stories that range from revenge thrillers to murderous sibling rivalries. Some of the tales don't stray too far from well worn horror plots, but, as is usually the case, Oates often elevates even these standard structures to a new level of creativity with her rich characters/5.

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“The Corn Maiden” is the gut-wrenching story of Marissa, a beautiful and sweet eleven-year-old girl with hair the color of corn silk. Taken by an older girl from her school who has told two friends in her thrall of the Indian legend of the Corn Maiden, in which a girl is sacrificed to ensure a /5(59).

“The Corn Maiden: And Other Nightmares” is a collection of short stories in the horror genre by the prolific writer Joyce Carol Oates. Many of the stories delve into the twisted minds of some young children, whose views of the world have been distorted by disturbances in their lives/5(86).

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1) The tribe chased Corn Maiden out of town, subsequently ran out of corn, realized their terrible mistake, and attempted to find her/make amends, or: 2) The tribe decided to kill her for witchcraft, at which point Corn Maiden was like, “Okay cool, but after you kill me, drag my gruesomely-murdered corpse around the field, and corn will pop.

The Corn Maidens - A Zuni Indian Legend. After long ages of wandering, the precious Seed-things rested over the Middle at Zuni, and men turned their hearts to the cherishing of their corn and the Corn Maidens instead of warring with strange men.

Blue Corn Maiden and the coming of Winter A Hopi Legend. Blue Corn Maiden was the prettiest of the corn maiden sisters. The Pueblo People loved her very much, and loved the delicious blue corn that she gave them all year long. Not only was Blue Corn Maiden.

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This translates into greater flexibility, more comfort and personalized service so you can experience the Southwest at your own pace. James George Frazer discusses the Corn-mother and the Corn-maiden in Northern Europe, and the harvest rituals that were being practised at the beginning of the 20th century: In the neighbourhood of Danzig the person who cuts the last ears of corn makes them into a doll, which is called the Corn-mother or the Old Woman and is brought home on the.

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Jul 9, - Explore ahimel54's board "corn maiden", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Native american art, Native art and American art pins. Corn Mother, also called Corn Maiden, mythological figure believed, among indigenous agricultural tribes in North America, to be responsible for the origin of corn (maize).The story of the Corn Mother is related in two main versions with many variations.

In the first version (the “immolation version”), the Corn Mother is depicted as an old woman who succors a hungry tribe, frequently. The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares is a collection of short stories and novellas by Joyce Carol hed in by Mysterious Press, it contains several works that Oates had worked on over a period of fifteen : Joyce Carol Oates.

The Corn Maiden book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Nell Somersham’s life is complicated by the curious terms of her lat /5. The Corn Maidens Story (Do: Ewa) As told by Governor Norman Cooeyate. A very long time ago, when the world was young, the men of Zuni village decided that they had to go on a hunt to survive the winter months.

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"The Corn Maiden" is the gut-wrenching story of Marissa, a beautiful and sweet, but somewhat slow, eleven-year-old girl with hair the color of corn silk. Her single mother comes home one night to find her missing and panics, frantically knocking on the doors of her neighbors/5(3).

In the excruciating title tale, a novella subtitled "A Love Story," an adolescent girl leads two of her friends in the kidnapping of year old Marissa Bantry to enact the ritual sacrifice of the Corn Maiden as performed by the Onigara Indians.3/5(4).The Corn Maiden: And Other Nightmares - Ebook written by Joyce Carol Oates.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Corn Maiden: And Other Nightmares/5(4).The Corn Maiden is the gut-wrenching story of Marissa, a beautiful and sweet, but somewhat slow, eleven-year-old girl with hair the color of corn silk.

Her single mother comes home one night to find her missing and panics, frantically knocking on the doors of her neighbors.