Fresh Fictions: Folk Tales, Plays, Novellas from the North East
Katha, 2005 - Indic fiction - 205 pages
Folk Tales, Plays and Novellas from the wingtip of India, the North East. Exciting journeys: from the depths of a well to the skies via a golden bridge, from the battles between the Japanese and the Nagas to the war between the sun and people, from insurgency in Mizoram to the pleas of a just-dead soul wishing to stay alive, from the mind of a wolf boy to the mythical account of how man first cultivated paddy.
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how the world was made retold by mamang
the seven clans retold by Qnpham sing nongkynirh
FROM MIZORAM THE LAND OF THE
ASOMIYA PARASU PATORS WELL
by Indira Goswami translated by gayatri Bhattacharyya
by James dokhuma translated by Margaret eh zamai I
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