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May 22, 1994|CHARLES SOLOMON

SEASONS OF THE COYOTE edited by Philip L. Harrison (Tehabi/Harper Collins West: $24.95; 114 pp., paperback original). Intelligent, adaptable and persistent, the coyote inhabits virtually every corner of North America, despite ill-advised campaigns to exterminate it. The brief essays is this attractive volume extol the cleverness and scroungy beauty of the coyote, and recap the important place it occupies in Native American mythologies.

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