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  • Postma, Minnie, comp.
  • Tales -- Lesotho.
  • Sotho (African people) -- Folklore.
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    Tales from the Basotho. Translated from Afrikaans by Susie McDermid. Analytical notes, tale type and motif indexes by John M. Vlach.
    by Postma, Minnie, comp.
    Austin, Published for the American Folklore Society by the University of Texas Press [1974]
  • Tales -- Lesotho.
  • Sotho (African people) -- Folklore.
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    Publications of the American Folklore Society. Memoir series ; v. 59
    xxv, 177 p. illus. 22 cm.
    The giant bird Mothemelle.--Wolf and jackal and the beautiful girl.--The outcast.--Fenya-fenyane.--Hen, Hawk, and the needle.--Roaqo, the woman who ate people.--Tortoise and Dove.--The guilty woman.--Monyohe, the great snake of the deep waters.--Maliane and the water snake.--Molaetsane.--Obe, the monster of the dark canyon.--The dove, the heron, and jackal.--The mother-in-law and the clear water.--The milk tree.--Jackal and hen.--The whirlwind and the land of the half-men.--Nanabolele, who shines in the night.--Sheep and baboon.--The woman with the big thumbnail.--Tsananapa.--Masilo, Masilonyane, and the old woman.--The bride of Chief Bulane.--Bibliography: p. [175]-177.
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