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African-American folktales for young readers : including favorite stories from African and African-American storytellers

著者: Richard Young; Judy Dockrey Young
出版商: Little Rock : August House, ©1993.
丛书: American storytelling.
版本/格式:   图书 : 少年观众 : 英语 : 1st ed
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A collection of folktales from the African-American oral tradition, presented as they have been told by professional black storytellers from Rhode Island to Oklahoma.
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类型/形式: Folklore
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材料类型: 少年观众
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所有的著者/提供者: Richard Young; Judy Dockrey Young
ISBN: 0874833086 9780874833089 0874833094 9780874833096
OCLC号码: 27643065
描述: 176 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
内容: Languages of Africa --
Young heroes and heroines --
Beautiful brown eyes --
The Sizimweh --
Wild Man --
The girl and the ghost --
Wham! Slam! Jenny-Mo-Jam! --
Wylie and the Hairy Man --
Animal fables --
Python and Lizard --
Mr. Frog rides Mr. Elephant --
Brother Lion and Brother Man --
How Br'er Rabbit outsmarted the frogs --
Trickster stories --
Anansi tries to steal all the wisdom in the world --
Why Anansi has a narrow waist --
Anansi and Turtle --
Fling-a-mile --
Anansi and Candlefly --
That mule won't work --
Clever Mollie --
Why Brother Alligator has a rough back --
Parables about people --
The faithful brother --
Meat of the tongue --
The gluttonous rich man --
Three young men go out to find death --
Bigger than life --
John Henry --
Annie Christmas --
Casey Jones and his friends --
In the park and in the dark --
Jack and the fish --
Tillie --
Johnny and the liver --
My friend Bennie --
Brother Rabbit today --
The cabbage inspector --
Brother Possum and Brother Snake.
丛书名: American storytelling.
责任: collected and edited by Richard Alan Young and Judy Dockrey Young.

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A collection of folktales from the African-American oral tradition, presented as they have been told by professional black storytellers from Rhode Island to Oklahoma.

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