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Folk-tales of Angola: Fifty tales, with Ki-mbundu text literal English translation, introduction, and notes.

Author: Héli Chatelain
Publisher: New York, Negro Universities Press [1969, ©1894]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Chatelain, Héli.
Folk-tales of Angola.
New York, Negro Universities Press [1969, ©1894]
(OCoLC)620230684
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Héli Chatelain
OCLC Number: 13170
Description: xii, 315 pages maps 24 cm
Contents: Description of Angola --
Angolan folk-lore --
Literature of Ki-mbundu --
Pronunciation of Ki-mbundu. Ngana Fenda Maria. Version A ; Version B --
Fenda Maria and her elder brother nga Nzua --
Na Nzua ida Kimanueze --
The woman who longed for fish --
Sudika-mbambi --
Ngana Sama and the Ma-kishi --
The girls and the Ma-kishi --
The children of the widow --
The kianda and the young woman --
The four uouas --
Mr. Carry-Me-Not and Mr. Tell-Me-Not --
Mutelembe and Ngunga --
The son of Kimanaueze and the daughter of sun and moon --
A bride and her brothers-in-law --
The lions and Kimona-Ngombe --
The blacksmith and the blackbirds --
Man and turtle --
Nianga dia Ngenga and leopard --
The child of hunter and the child of deer --
Diniana dia Ngombe and deer --
Leopard, antelope, and monkey. Version A ; Version B --
Leopard, monkey, and hare --
Leopard and the other animals --
The young leopard and the young goat --
Hare and leopard --
The lawsuit of leopard and antelope --
Lion and wolf. Elephant and frog --
Fox and mole --
Cock and fox --
Jackal and hare --
Squirrel and the kingship --
Dog and the kingship --
Dog and lizard --
Dog and jackal --
The house-hog and the wild boar --
Partridge and turtle --
Frog and his two wives --
Nianga dia Ngenga and his dogs --
King Kitamba kia Xiba --
The young man and the river --
Kingungu a Njila and Ngundu a Ndala --
Two men, one woman --
A father-in-law and his son-in-law --
The young man and the skull --
The white man and the negro --
The lion is strong; so is friendship strong --
The builder of ability and the builder of haste --
The past and the future --
Ngunza Kilundu kia Ngunza.
Responsibility: Collected and edited by Heli Chatelain.

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