Callaway. Tales and Traditions of the Zulus

Today's free book is Nursery Tales, Traditions, and Histories of the Zulus by Henry Callaway. You can read more about the Zulu people of southern African at Wikipedia. This book is one of the sources for Native Fairy Tales of South Africa by Ethel L. McPherson.

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

The book is available at the Internet Archive, Hathi Trust, and Google Books.





The Tale of Uthlakanyana
Usikulumi-kathlokothloko
Uzembeni; or, Usikulumi's Courtship
Untombinde
Amavukutu
Usitungusobenthle
Usitungusobenthle and the Amajubatente
Uluthlazase
Ulangalasenthla and Ulangalasenzansi
Ubabuze
The Man and the Bird
Ukcombekcansini
The Little Birds
The Honey-bird
The Rock of Two-holes; or, The Cannibal's Cave
The Girl and the Cannibals
The Heaven-country
Umbadhlanyana and the Cannibal
Cannibals
The Mode of Eating a Eival Chief
Ugunggri-kubantwana
The Izingogo
The Origin of Baboons
The Cannibal whom Umasendeni received into his house
Umkasikaza-wakogingqwayo
The Two Brothers
Ubongopa-kamagadhlela
Umdhlubu and the Frog
The Girl-king
Unthlangunthlangu
The Great Fiery Serpent
The Rainbow
Utshinfesha and the Rainbow
Untombi-yapansi
Umkatshana
The Tale of Uncama-ngamanzi-egudu
Umamba
Unanana-bosele
The Wise Son of the King
The Great Tortoise
Fabulous Animals
The Abatwa
The Dreadfulness of the Abatwa
The Hyrax went without a Tail because he sent for it
The Hyena and the Moon
The Baboons and the Leopard
The Tale of a Man who threw away some
Bread
The Tale of a Crow
Another Tale of a Crow
The Tale of a Dog which made a Song
Riddles


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