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Folk tales from Korea

Author: In-sŏb Zŏng
Publisher: New York : Grove Press : Distributed by Random House, 1979.
Series: An Evergreen book; Grove Press Eastern philosophy and literature series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st Evergreen edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: In-sŏb Zŏng
ISBN: 0802142699 9780802142696
OCLC Number: 5264751
Notes: Reprint of the 1952 ed. published by Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.
Includes indexes.
Description: xxviii, 257 pages : map ; 20 cm.
Contents: Myths : Dan-gun, first king of Korea --
Go Zu-mong, King of Goguryu --
The sun and the moon --
The fire dogs --
The seven stars of the north --
The three stars --
The mountain and the rivers --
The great flood --
The jewel of the fox's tongue --
Onions --
The heavenly maiden and the woodcutter --
The cat and the dog --
The mud-snail fairy --
The sheep is the cousin of the ox --
The pheasant, the dove, the magpie, and the rat --
The ants and the hare --
The deer, the hare, and the toad --
The green frog --
Locusts, the ant, and the kingfisher --
The bedbug, the louse, and the flea --
Nails --
The nine-tailed fox --
Butterflies --
The unmarried girl's grave. Legends : The man who wanted to bury his son --
A dutiful son --
The lake of Zangze --
Yoni and her stepmother --
The geomancer's three sons --
The curse on the only son --
The secret royal inspector, Bag Mun-su --
The legend of Marshal Gang Gam-czan --
The story of General Gim Dog-nyong --
The blind man and the devils --
Young Gim and the robbers --
General Pumpkin --
The castle of Seoul --
Rival magicians --
The governor and the Buddhist --
The young man and the priest --
Zo Han-zun, who became a stone Buddha --
The story of Admiral Yi --
The mast of sand --
The tiger and the dwarf --
The tiger's grave --
Hong Do-Ryong, the filial tiger --
The white-eared tiger --
The tiger-girl --
The tiger priest --
The grave of a faithful dog --
The stone memorial to a dog --
The deer and the snake --
The pheasants and the bell --
The centipede girl --
The two brothers and the magistrate --
The story of Zibong --
The three unmarried ministers --
The young widow --
The legend of the virgin Arang --
The story of a gentleman --
The goblin bridge --
The police marshal --
The wife from heaven. Fairy tales : The mallet of wealth --
The three sons --
How foolish men are! --
The magic cap --
The story-spirits --
The old tiger and the hare --
The young gentleman and the tiger --
Four sworn brothers --
The nine-headed giant --
The mountain witch and the dragon king --
The fox-girl and her brother --
The traveller, the fox, and the tiger --
The toad-bridegroom --
Sweet dung, the cake-tree, and the bugle of life. Old novels : The two sisters, Rose and Lotus --
The story of Hong Gil-dong --
The legend of Zon U-czi.
Series Title: An Evergreen book; Grove Press Eastern philosophy and literature series.
Responsibility: collected and translated with an introd. by Zŏng In-Sŏb.
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