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Folktales of Japan.

Author: Keigo Seki
Publisher: [Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1963]
Series: Folktales of the world (Chicago, Ill.)
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Seki, Keigo, 1899-
Folktales of Japan.
[Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1963]
(OCoLC)619846267
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Keigo Seki
OCLC Number: 497275
Description: xxi, 221 pages 23 cm.
Contents: Animal tales. The fish thief --
The hare, badger, monkey, and otter --
Kachi Kachi Mountain --
The rabbit and the bear --
The quail and the badger --
The monkey and the crab --
The monkey and the pheasant --
The wolf's reward --
The greedy hawk --
The whale and the sea slug --
The cat and the crab --
The monkey's liver --
The rain leak in an old house --
The mole's bridegroom --
An endless story. Ogres. Shippei Taro --
The oni's laughter --
Momotaro, the peach boy --
The dirt boy --
The three lucky charms --
The oni and the three children --
The golden chain from heaven --
The swamp nushi's messenger. Supernatural husbands or wives. The woman who came down from heaven --
The fire boy --
The crane wife --
The snow wife --
The snail choja --
Little One Inch --
The white bird sister --
The girl without arms. Kindness rewarded and evil punished. The good fortune kettle --
Urashima Taro --
The tongue-cut sparrow --
The old man who cut bamboo --
The old man who made flowers bloom --
The old men who had wens --
The monkeys' Jizo-sama --
Benizara and Kakezara --
The salt-grinding millstones --
The magic ear --
The choja who became a monkey --
The skeleton's song. Good fortune. The charcoal burner choja --
Luck from heaven and luck from the Earth --
The man who bought a dream --
The advice that cost a thousand ryo. Cleverness and stupidity. The monkey bridegroom --
The wife's portrait --
The golden eggplant --
The bundles of straw and the king's son --
The boy who told tall tales --
A tall tale contest --
The mountain where old people were abandoned --
The three year sleeping boy --
The nun as judge --
The clever lord --
The hawk fledgling --
Stinginess --
It's been well used --
The pillow --
There's no deity there --
The sweet mochi's parents --
Bedding in one's ear.
Series Title: Folktales of the world (Chicago, Ill.)
Responsibility: Translated by Robert J. Adams.

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