2 edition of pompous parrot and other West Indian tales found in the catalog.
pompous parrot and other West Indian tales
|Statement||by Daphne Taylor ; illustrated by Nan Richards.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, , 114 p.|
|Number of Pages||114|
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Here are fables of the birds and animals of the West Indies: jaguar, snake, crested curassow, wild pig, parrot, wise owl, and of Anansi--the spider who can assume human form. These twenty-one stories are a wonderful mixture of early tales from the Arawak and the Carib people, the original inhabitants of the Caribbean, and from the Ashanti people of West by: 6.
This hardcover book contains 11 different trickster tales from America, the West Indies, and Africa. The book explains the evolution of trickster tales from Africa to America via the West Indies. Among the included stories are a few of the classic Anansi tales.
The /5. The oldest reference to parrots in the West is in the book ‘ Indica’ ’ written by a Greek physician Ctesias in the court of King Artaxerxes II of Persia around the 5th century BCE. In the book, he describes the exotic birds in Sindh which spoke the ‘ Indian language’.
Sir Philip Manderson Sherlock. Oxford University Press, - Juvenile Fiction - pages. 1 Review. As a child, Philip Sherlock loved to listen to folk tales. Since then he has made a 4/5(1). As a child, Philip Sherlock loved to listen to folk tales. Since then he has made a significant contribution to Caribbean folklore by recording many of them in print for the first time.
Here are fables of the birds and animals of the West Indies: jaguar, snake, crested curassow, wild pig, parrot, wise owl, and of Anansi--the spider who can assume human form/5(4).
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by Gregory Thorne Three Short West Indian Folk Tales is based on stories author Gregory Thorne heard mostly from aunts, uncles, and some older cousins. One tale, a story from Guyana called Black Water, came from a friend. According to legend, old dead trees that stick out of the sea are to blame for the disappearances of swimmers and g: pompous parrot.
7 Fascinating Indian Folk Tales. An 18th century manuscript page of Panchatantra, A middle-aged man had two wives, one about the same age as him and the other much younger. Since the wives quarreled a lot, the man built two houses for each of them in different parts of town.
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The Pompous Parrot and Other West Indian Tales, D. Pawan Taylor (Trinidad) Second issue of Focus (Jamaica) Pickapeppa, A.E.T. Henry (Jamaica) Two special issues of New Letters on Jamaican and West Indian literature, ed. Robert Herring Vol.
12, Nos. 1&2 Hopi legend about the beginnings of the Parrot Clan. Recommended Books of Parrot Stories from Native American Myth and Legend Native American Animal Stories: Great collection of American Indian tales about animals, told by Abenaki storyteller Joseph Bruchac.
Flights of Fancy: Birds in Myth, Legend, and Superstition: A good book on the meaning. The work redacted in 14th century AD in Iran derives from an earlier anthology ‘Seventy Tales of the Parrot’ in SaTutinama (Persian: طوطینامه), literal meaning "Tales of a Parrot", is a 14th-century Persian series of 52 stories/5(4).
Forester is a born superb story teller. His plot is credible and seamless, introducing us almost physically into the harsh world of the sea going crews and into the treacherous and pompous ways of the high placed colonial s: `Hornblower in the West Indies' contains five delightful short stories in Forester's customary swashbucking style.
Puzzlingly omitted however is `The Wreck of the Orovik'. Believed to be one of his earlier tales, this haunting piece was perhaps considered a little too strange for Reviews: Jataka Tales.
In B.C, the Jataka Tales were written for the mankind to gain knowledge and morality. Ever since, Jataka tales have become story books that are both enjoyable as well as knowledgeable. Originally written in Pali language, Jataka Buddhist tales have been translated in different languages around the g: pompous parrot.
Indian fairy tales. Notes: Selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs, the book holds 29 Indian folktales. Author: Various Editor: Joseph Jacobs Published: Publisher: G. Putnam's Sons, New York, London. e lion and the crane the Raja's son won the pincess Labam Lambikin in broken pot magic fiddle g: pompous parrot.
About: The rich culture and vast landscape of India come alive in their ancient folk tales and folklore.
Indian folklore and fairy tales have entertained and enlightened generations, since the dawn of language to modern time, with ballads of heroes, so beloved, they are deified and worshiped around the continent, and with epic poetry that strengthens and heralds a community’s shared g: pompous parrot.
Though Indian fairy tales are the earliest in existence, yet they are also from another point of view the youngest. For it is only about twenty-five years ago that Miss Frere began the modern collection of Indian folk-tales with her charming "Old Deccan Days" (London, John Murray, ; fourth edition, ).
Her example has been followed by Miss Stokes, by Mrs. Steel, and CaptaiMissing: pompous parrot. Gerald Hausman is the acclaimed author of Doctor Bird: Three Lookin up Tales from Jamaica an NCSS-CBC Notable Social Studies Trade Book; Tom Cringle: Battle on the High Seas; The Kebra Nagast: The Lost Bible of Rastafarian Wisdom and Faith from Ethiopia and Jamaica and The Jacob Ladder (with Uton Hinds).Reviews: 1.West Indian Folk Tales by Philip M.
These twenty-one stories are a wonderful mixture of early tales from the Arawak and the Carib people, the original inhabitants of the Caribbean, and from the Ashanti Reviews: 4.