Folklore, Myths, and Legends: A World Perspective

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1997 - Social Science - 536 pages
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In this new anthology, author Donna Rosenberg retells thirty significant folktales, myths, and legends in a way that retains the major plot, characterization, and style of the original sources.
Readers will also find invaluable the historical and cultural background information provided for each selection, as well as detailed source notes and a bibliography.

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The plot is like another plot of this caliber. - Goodreads
Winter is ending and the snow is melting. - Goodreads
The plot of the story is about a tribe and a crocodile. - Goodreads

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I enjoyed my read of The Little Frog. It was a classic class of a story about the perfect prince and the perfect princes. I found it to be a nice quick read not anything to stand away from any other ... Read full review

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User Review  - VANCE!!!!!!! Porter - Goodreads

I think the myth the "Crocodile and His Son" was okay because of the message behind it. But I think the story was boring like the setting the character and the events in the story. I don't think I ... Read full review

Contents

PART1 AFRICA
1
CREATION
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ANANSITHE CLEVER ONE
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