Monday, September 26, 2016

Baskerville. Folklore Stories from Uganda

Today's free book is The King of the Snakes and other Folklore Stories from Uganda by Rosetta Baskerville (Mrs. George Baskerville). You can read more about the east African country of Uganda at Wikipedia.

For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Hathi Trust. There is also a wonderful edition online at the University of Pennsylvania.



THE KING OF THE SNAKES
THE STORY OF KINTU
THE STORY OF THE FAIRY BEE
THE STORY OF MPOBE THE HUNTER
WALUKAGA THE BLACKSMITH
WHY THE BAT SLEEPS ALL THROUGH THE DAY
KASANKE THE LITTLE RED BIRD
THE FROG AND THE LIZARD
THE SONG OF THE FOREST WANDERER
THE STORY OF THE CHIEF KASUJU
THE STORY OF KIBATE
THE GOLDEN-CRESTED CRANE
THE SONG OF THE GREY HERON 
THE STORY OF THE GREY HERON
THE CRIMSON-STRIPED LILY
THE COOKING-POT AND THE DRUM
THE STORY OF THE FAIRY FOXES
THE LOCUSTS
THE STORY OF THE HIPPOS
THE LEOPARD AND THE GOAT
THE STRANGER
THE LION, THE HYENA, AND THE HARE
HOW THE HARE TRADED WITH A BAG OF CORN
THE FOOLISH HARE
THE STORY OF THE COCK AND THE HEN
UGANDA LULLABY
THE STORY OF THE TWO FRIENDS
HOW THE GREY PARROTS GOT THEIR RED TAILS
THE SONG OF THE OLD CARAVAN DAYS
THE GUARDIANS OF THE SNAKES
PROVERBS

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