Rasmussen. Eskimo Folk-Tales.

Today's free Kindle ebook is Eskimo Folk-Tales by Knud Rasmussen (1921). For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image. For more information, see the Myth-Folklore UnTextbook.

Also available at: Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive, Sacred Texts, Hathi Trust. There is also a free Kindle ebook.





Table of Contents

THE TWO FRIENDS WHO SET OFF TO TRAVEL ROUND THE WORLD
THE COMING OF MEN, A LONG, LONG WHILE AGO
NUKÚNGUASIK, WHO ESCAPED FROM THE TUPILAK
QUJÂVÂRSSUK
KÚNIGSEQ
THE WOMAN WHO HAD A BEAR AS A FOSTER-SON
ÍMARASUGSSUAQ, WHO ATE HIS WIVES
QALAGÁNGUASÊ, WHO PASSED TO THE LAND OF GHOSTS
ISIGÂLIGÂRSSIK
THE INSECTS THAT WOOED A WIFELESS MAN
THE VERY OBSTINATE MAN
THE DWARFS
THE BOY FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA, WHO FRIGHTENED THE PEOPLE OF THE HOUSE TO DEATH
THE RAVEN AND THE GOOSE
WHEN THE RAVENS COULD SPEAK
MAKÍTE
ASALÔQ
UKALEQ
ÍKARDLÍTUARSSUK
THE RAVEN WHO WANTED A WIFE
THE MAN WHO TOOK A VIXEN TO WIFE
THE GREAT BEAR
THE MAN WHO BECAME A STAR
THE WOMAN WITH THE IRON TAIL
HOW THE FOG CAME
THE MAN WHO AVENGED THE WIDOWS
THE MAN WHO WENT OUT TO SEARCH FOR HIS SON
ATUNGAIT, WHO WENT A-WANDERING
KUMAGDLAK AND THE LIVING ARROWS
THE GIANT DOG
THE INLAND-DWELLERS OF ETAH
THE MAN WHO STABBED HIS WIFE IN THE LEG
THE SOUL THAT LIVED IN THE BODIES OF ALL BEASTS
PAPIK, WHO KILLED HIS WIFE'S BROTHER
PÂTUSSORSSUAQ, WHO KILLED HIS UNCLE
THE MEN WHO CHANGED WIVES
ARTUK, WHO DID ALL FORBIDDEN THINGS
THE THUNDER SPIRITS
NERRIVIK
THE WIFE WHO LIED
KÂGSSAGSSUK, THE HOMELESS BOY WHO BECAME A STRONG MAN
QASIAGSSAQ, THE GREAT LIAR
THE EAGLE AND THE WHALE
THE TWO LITTLE OUTCASTS
ATDLARNEQ, THE GREAT GLUTTON
ÁNGÁNGŬJUK
ÂTÂRSSUAQ
PUAGSSUAQ
TUNGUJULUK AND SAUNIKOQ
ANARTEQ
THE GUILLEMOT THAT COULD TALK
KÁNAGSSUAQ

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