O'Connor. Folk Tales from Tibet

Today's free book is Folk Tales from Tibet collected by W.F. O'Connor illustrated by a TIbetan artist. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

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

I. — How the Hare got his Lip Split
II. — The Story of the Tiger and the Man
III. — The Story of Good Faith
IV. — The Story of the Two Neighbours
V. — The Story of the Cat and the Mice
VI. — The Story of the Foolish Young Mussulman
VII. — The Kyang, the Fox, the Wolf and the Hare
VIII. — The Frog and the Crow
IX. — The Hare and the Lions
X. — The Sheep, the Lamb, the Wolf and the Hare
XI — The Story of how the Hare made a Fool of the Wolf
XII. — The Mouse's Three Children
XIII. — The Jackals and the Tiger
XIV. — The Story of the Three Thieves
XV. — The Story of the Boy with the Deformed Head
XVI. — The Prince and the Ogre's Castle
XVII. — The Story of the Stone Lion
XVIII. — The Story of the Lama's Servant
XIX. — The Country of the Mice
XX. — The Story of the Tortoise and the Monkey
XXI. — The Story of Room Bacha and Baki
XXII. — The Story of the Home-bred Boy

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