Milne-Home. West Indian Folklore

Today's free book is Mamma's Black Nurse Stories: West Indian Folklore by Mary Pamela Milne-Home. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Hathi Trust. Some of these stories come from the "Ananzi Stories" (Anansi Stories) collected by George Webbe Dasent, which you can also find at Sacred Texts Archive. There is one story there which is not included here: Nancy Fairy.


Anansi and Alligator      
Brother Death      
The Lady and the Bull    
The Snake and the King’s Daughter  
The Story of Anansi and Tiger    
The Snake      
The Affassia        
Goat and Anansi      
Anansi, His Wife, and Tiger    
The Story About Rat and Cat    
Anansi, Tiger, and Goat    
Garshan Bull      
The Lady and the Little Doggie  
The King and the Peafowl    
The Lion, Goat, and Baboon    
The Little Child and the Pumpkin-Tree  
The King and the Ant’s Tree    
The Girl and the Fish    
The Dancing Gang      
Anansi and Baboon      
Anansi and the Lion      
Anansi and Quanqua      
The Brother and His Sisters    
Why the Jack Spaniard’s Waist Is Small  
The Man and the Doukana Tree  
The Ear of Corn and the Twelve Men  

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