Kamba Folklore, Volume 3

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Appelbergs Boktryckeriaktiebolag, 1934 - Folklore, Kamba
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Page 5 - Tell me the youth in our village who is very handsome but impossible to wrap a piece of cloth round. — The hearth fire.
Page 22 - What does your mother resemble? She is long, and yet she does not reach up to a sheep's udder: Hollis, The Masai, p.
Page 3 - Kamba Folklore. I. Tales of Animals. With linguistic, ethnographical and comparative notes.
Page 52 - Mama, mother of a child, don't cry like a poor person! I am glad that you came to me, but I never cried so much as you, when I was a baby.
Page 36 - This saw is often used of a person who has committed a crime, and for that reason been obliged to flee his village. When the affair has blown over, he will return.
Page 31 - The partridge sits with the one that has been caught. (kmdih: the natives say that if a bird of this species of partridge is caught in a trap, its mate will not desert it, but sits, waiting, alongside the trap...
Page 17 - Why do you allow yourself to get wet by the rain, when you have a cave to take shelter in?

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