Sunday, July 31, 2016

Stoddard. Cuban Legends — Folklore of the Antillas

Today's free book is As Old as the Moon: Cuban Legends — Folklore of the Antillas by Florence Jackson Stoddard. For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book is available at Internet Archive and Hathi Trust.


When the Earth Was a Child
The Coming of Men
The Mirabolanos
Where the Sun and Moon Came From
As Old as the Moon
Why the Woman Fears the Rat
The Reason Bohechio's Friend Was Dumb
The Ruisenor
The Fox and the Vejete
Juloco, the Rainbow God
Toa, Toa, the Mamma Boys
The Fast of the Siboneyes
Sons of the Sun
Cayaguayo, the Merchant
Hatuey, the Hero
Why the Crocodile Has No Tongue
What the Galleons Brought
The Treasure of a Hundred Fires
The Ghostly Arquebus

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