Aboriginal Folk Tales of Taiwan: Animals, Heroes, and Heroic Adventures
This book presents essential elements of the indigenous literature of Taiwan through selected folk tales, featuring animals, heroes, and ordinary people having heroic experiences. These folk tales were often the means by which different tribal groups transmitted cultural knowledge and values.
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The Monkey and the Crab
The Dog Prince
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