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Indonesian folktales / [compiled by] Murti Bunanta ; edited by Margaret Read MacDonald ; illustrated by G.M. Sudarta.

Contributor(s): Bunanta, Murti, 1946- | MacDonald, Margaret Read, 1940-
Series: World folklore seriesPublisher: Westport, CT : Libraries Unlimited, 2003Description: xiii, 144 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), map ; 27 cmISBN: 1563089092 (pbk. : alk. paper)Subject(s): Tales -- IndonesiaDDC classification: 398.2/09598 LOC classification: GR320 | .I473 2003
Contents:
PART 1. A general introduction to Indonesia: Land, People, Language, Brief history, Religion and customs, Performing arts and music, Arts and crafts, Textiles, Storytelling. PART 2. Food, Games and Crafts. PART 3. Tales. Jealous and Envious Brothers and Sisters: Tattadu (South Sulawesi); Bujang Permai (Pasar Baru Regency in West Sumatera); Molek (Riau Province); The three brothers (Lampung Province). Stories of Independent Princesses: Princess White Hair (Perigi Village in South Sumatera Province); Princess Pinang Masak (Senuro Village in South Sumatera Province);Princess Kemang (Bengkulu). Stories of Ungrateful Children: Legend of Malin Kundang (West Sumatera Province); Spoiled little kitten (Deli Serdang in North Sumatera Province); Sikintan (Jamu Region in Aceh Province); Rawa Tekuluk (West Sumatera Province); Batu Badaung (Ulath Village on Saparua Island in South Maluku Province). Stories about Rice: Why rice grains are so small (West Kalimantan Province); Origin of rice on Java Island (Central Java Province); Origin of rice (Flores in West Nusa Tenggara Province); Origin of rice (Central Kalimantan Province); How rice grows in the wet rice field (Central Sulawesi Province). Stories of How Things Come to Be: Origin of the name of Kundi Village (Bangka-Belitung Province); Why goat eats grass (East Nusa Tenggara); Why shrimps are cooked (Central Kalimantan Province); Origin of the Banyan Tree (Central Java Province); Origin of the Trunyan People Bali Province). Legends About Places: Legend of a Lake (Toba Lake) (North Sumatera Province); Legend of a Hill (Bukit Kelam) (West Kalimantan Province); Legend of a Swamp (Rawa Bening) (Central Java Province); Legend of a Stone (Batu Pelanduk) (East Kalimantan Province); Legend of a City (Banyuwangi) (East Java Province); Legend of a River (Sembra River) (Papua Province); Legend of a Mountain (Talang Mountain) (West Sumatera Province).
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Stacks GR320 .I473 2003 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 33039000695279

Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-136) and index.

PART 1. A general introduction to Indonesia: Land, People, Language, Brief history, Religion and customs, Performing arts and music, Arts and crafts, Textiles, Storytelling. PART 2. Food, Games and Crafts. PART 3. Tales. Jealous and Envious Brothers and Sisters: Tattadu (South Sulawesi); Bujang Permai (Pasar Baru Regency in West Sumatera); Molek (Riau Province); The three brothers (Lampung Province). Stories of Independent Princesses: Princess White Hair (Perigi Village in South Sumatera Province); Princess Pinang Masak (Senuro Village in South Sumatera Province);Princess Kemang (Bengkulu). Stories of Ungrateful Children: Legend of Malin Kundang (West Sumatera Province); Spoiled little kitten (Deli Serdang in North Sumatera Province); Sikintan (Jamu Region in Aceh Province); Rawa Tekuluk (West Sumatera Province); Batu Badaung (Ulath Village on Saparua Island in South Maluku Province). Stories about Rice: Why rice grains are so small (West Kalimantan Province); Origin of rice on Java Island (Central Java Province); Origin of rice (Flores in West Nusa Tenggara Province); Origin of rice (Central Kalimantan Province); How rice grows in the wet rice field (Central Sulawesi Province). Stories of How Things Come to Be: Origin of the name of Kundi Village (Bangka-Belitung Province); Why goat eats grass (East Nusa Tenggara); Why shrimps are cooked (Central Kalimantan Province); Origin of the Banyan Tree (Central Java Province); Origin of the Trunyan People Bali Province). Legends About Places: Legend of a Lake (Toba Lake) (North Sumatera Province); Legend of a Hill (Bukit Kelam) (West Kalimantan Province); Legend of a Swamp (Rawa Bening) (Central Java Province); Legend of a Stone (Batu Pelanduk) (East Kalimantan Province); Legend of a City (Banyuwangi) (East Java Province); Legend of a River (Sembra River) (Papua Province); Legend of a Mountain (Talang Mountain) (West Sumatera Province).

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