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From Library Journal Roberta Markman (comparative literature, California State Univ. and Peter Markman (English, Fullerton Coll. perceive the Mesoamerican mask as a metaphor and agent of transformation, mirroring in its relationship with its wearer the unity of the "underlying life force and the natural world it forms and sustains. Examples of the mask's symbolism, illustrated with black-and-white and color plates, are drawn from pre-Columbian images of the rain god, modern folkways, and contemporary art.

Chapters: (1) the metaphor of the mask in Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica: the mask as the God, in ritual, and as. .

Over 100 color and black-&-white photos. During his lifetime, he wrote more than 40 books including The Hero with a Thousand Faces, The Mythic Image, the four-volume The Masks of God, and The Power of Myth with Bill Moyers.

Masks of the Spirit book. In Masks of the Spirit, Roberta and Peter Markman guide us with skill and insight through the long history of Mesoamerican masked ritual. In Masks of the Spirit, Roberta and Peter Markman guide us with skill.

The Markmans, who cowrote Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in.A revolutionary book on the true cosmology of the Mesoamerican.

The Markmans, who cowrote Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in Mesoamerica, take readers inside a strange yet exalted universe whose inhabitants-mythic and human-participated in a cyclic drama of death and regeneration. From Library Journal. This marvelous collection of sacred texts and images from pre-Columbian Central American culture is well presented and carefully introduced, providing a wealth of material on goddess images in village cultures and on the urban tradition with its creation and rulership myths.

Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in Mesoamerica. with an introduction by Joseph Campbell. Olmec Archaeology and Early Mesoamerica. Cambridge World Archaeology. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in Mesoamerica

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In their book Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in Mesoamerica, (1989) Roberta and Peter Markman examine this idea in Mesoamerican art, the mask as a metaphor for the inner, spiritual and indeed animal being: The system of metaphoric images that we find embodied i.

In their book Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in Mesoamerica, (1989) Roberta and Peter Markman examine this idea in Mesoamerican art, the mask as a metaphor for the inner, spiritual and indeed animal being: The system of metaphoric images that we find embodied in Mesoamerican art has as its function the revelation of inner truth through outward forms.