Tales of the Golden Corpse: Tibetan Folk Tales
Interlink Books, 2007 - Fiction - 229 pages
Tales of the Golden Corpse is the first complete English version of the famous Tibetan folktales told to a young boy who has killed seven sorcerers in the defense of his Master Lodrup. The boy must redeem himself by carrying a corpse-a talking corpse! full of magical tales, no less!-on a long journey, without himself speaking a word.
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