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Traditional Storytelling Today

Author : Margaret Read MacDonald
ISBN : 9781135917142
Genre : Literary Criticism
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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Literary Criticism

A Companion To The Fairy Tale

Author : Hilda Ellis Davidson
ISBN : 1843840812
Genre : Social Science
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Offers an excellent introduction to the work currently and historically being done on fairy tales by folk-lorists. MEDIEVAL REVIEW
Category: Social Science

Indonesian Folktales

Author : Murti Bunanta
ISBN : 1563089092
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 84.77 MB
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Build your multicultural collection or expand your repertoire with tales that provide a moving and colorful image of the diversity and richness of the people and lands of Indonesia. Six thematic groups are presented: Jealous and Envious Brothers and Sisters; Stories of Independent Princesses; Stories of Ungrateful Children; Stories about Rice; Stories of Place Legends; and Stories of How Things Come to Be. All levels.
Category: Fiction

Allyn Bacon Anthology Of Traditional Literature

Author : Judith V. Lechner
ISBN : IND:30000092698418
Genre : Education
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Instead of having your students buy individual author volumes (e.g. Grimm or Andersen folktales), your students will have access in one single volume to a variety of short pieces from different collections and authors. This scrupulously researched anthology of traditional literature is a useful tool for making stories from diverse cultures, sometimes difficult to find, accessible to both students and professors by giving the cultural contexts of international fables, folktales, myths, and legends.
Category: Education

Ten Traditional Tellers

Author : Margaret Read MacDonald
ISBN : 9780252072970
Genre : Social Science
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Examining storytelling through the distinct voices of ten traditional tellers, this text offers a look at their lives and art as they discuss their reasons for telling, their uses of the stories, and the influence of their cultural heritage.
Category: Social Science

Homo Narrans

Author : Christoph Schmitt
ISBN : IND:30000067173819
Genre : Folk literature
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Category: Folk literature

The Two Traditions

Author : Gerald Thomas
ISBN : 1550810553
Genre : Canadians, French-speaking Newfoundland and Labrador Folklore
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Newfoundland is well known for the strong traditions and folklore of its English-speaking inhabitants. Until recently, however, few outside this province realized that there is also a small but vigorous Francophone population, situated mainly on the west coast of the island in and around the Port au Port Peninsula. The culture and folklore, and particularly their storytelling traditions, are the focus of the work by noted folklorist and memorial university professor Gerald Thomas. Thomas has conducted extensive and exhaustive research on the Port au Port Peninsula for more than twenty years, focusing on, though not limited to, the music and story telling in Franco Newfoundland communities, through the study of the repertoire, context and lives on three people: Mrs. Blanche Ozone, Mrs. Angela Kerfont, and Emile Benoit.
Category: Canadians, French-speaking Newfoundland and Labrador Folklore

The School Librarian

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ISBN : UOM:39015082949754
Genre : School libraries
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Category: School libraries