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Mongolian folktales and stories (in English and Mongolian)

Mongolian folktales and stories (in English and Mongolian)

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Published by State Pub. House in Ulan-Bator .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Mongolian by D. Altangerel ; edited by Owen Lattimore.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 82/5625
The Physical Object
Pagination260 p. : ill. ; 17 cm.
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3818173M
LC Control Number81127118

Mongolian folktales, stories, and proverbs in English translation. MLA Citation. Mongolia Society. and Krueger, John Richard. Mongolian folktales, stories, and proverbs in English translation. Newly translated from the Mongolian by members and friends of the Mongolia Society. [Edited by J. R. Krueger] Bloomington, Ind Australian/Harvard.   The stories are vividly illustrated by the papercuts of the Mongolian artists N. Baatarstog. An introduction to the book has been written by the eminent authority on folktales in Mongolia, P. Khorloo, the author of several scholarly volumes and collector of many of these tales in the early part of this : Hilary Roe Metternich.

  Buy Mongolian Folktales (World Folklore) (World Folklore (Hardcover)) by Jamba, Dashdondog, Dashdondog, Borolzoi, Pellowski, Anne (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3). Just outside the walls of a Chinese city there lived a young woodcutter named T'ang and his old mother, a woman of seventy. They were very poor and had a tiny one-room shanty, built of mud and grass, which they rented from a neighbour.

  The book provides 42 total short stories in Korean (traditional folktales) with English translations, comprehension exercises, vocabulary lists and full audio listening material. Rather than covering typical dialogue material or modern fiction, Korean Stories focuses on traditional Korean folktales (they seem to be children’s folktales)/5.   Actually, we are the inventor of dragons. Our first nomadic ancestor counted as one of main four totems. One of Mongolian first kingdom Kunnu used it as the FLAG SYMBOL. Xiongnu - Wikipedia. Later on, Kubilai Khan used it as the main symbol in YU.


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The stories are vividly illustrated by the papercuts of the Mongolian artists N. Baatarstog. An introduction to the book has been written by the eminent authority on folktales in Mongolia, P. Khorloo, the author of several scholarly volumes and collector of many of these tales in the early part of this century/5(9).

The stories are vividly illustrated by the papercuts of the Mongolian artists N. Baatarstog. An introduction to the book has been written by the eminent authority on folktales in Mongolia, P.

Khorloo, the author of several scholarly volumes and collector of many of these tales in the early part of this century.

Really amazing book. Wonderful little folktales and myths about interesting characters and Mongolian animals, all tied up with detailed and helpful papercut illustrations by Baatartsog. Such interesting tricksters, kindnesses, gifts, and looks into Mongolian folk culture. Thanks OhioLink for helping me get this book/5.

Mongolian Folktales (World Folklore (Hardcover)) The tales are organized in chapters that cover legends, myths, animal tales, magical tales, stories of life conditions, and humor. In addition, the authors provide an introduction to Mongolia, games, recipes, color photos, and notes on the stories.

All levels.5/5(3). Excellent and informative, this collection of stories is also a goldmine of cultural, geographical and historical information about Mongolia and its people. The book is divided into separate chapters, each focusing on a different genre of narrative (myths, folktales, riddles, etc) /5.

This collection of traditional Mongolian folktales, the only one of its kind currently available in English, features more than 60 fascinating stories, ranging from The Legend of the Magic Bone and Seven Brown Mice to The Dreaming Boy and A Fiery Red : Dashdondog Jamba.

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Kirkus: Yep (The Boy Who Swallowed Snakes,etc.) extends his series of picture-book retellings of Asian folktales with this Mongolian story of a poor young shepherd who wins the hand of the Khan’s daughter through dumb luck and the smitten maiden’s collusion. Traditional Mongolian Children's story ^ Mongolian children are fond of having their mothers to tell them folk stories tales, and myths.

The following story is one of the most famous myths found in the 'Mongolia's Secret Book'. Get this from a library. Mongolian folktales.

[Zhambyn Dashdondog; D Borolzoĭ; Anne Pellowski] -- "More than 60 tales range from "The legend of the magic bone" and "Seven brown mice" to "The dreaming boy" and "A fiery red khan." The tales are organized in. The Republic of Mongolia lies on a high plateau between Russia and China.

The raw beauty of its landscape is breathtaking. A proximity to animals and the environment has led to a rich heritage of songs and tales related to nature. This book includes 25 traditional Mongolian folktales. The most 5/5(1). Mongolian Folktales is a wonderful addition to any professional or classroom library.

Folktales are universal, and these twenty-five stories illustrate that while Mongolia may be a region with which you – or your students – are not familiar, you can easily draw many commonalities between the ideas presented in these stories with other cultures.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mongolia Society. Mongolian folktales, stories, and proverbs in English translation. Bloomington, Ind., Mongolian folktales. Dashdondog, Zhambyn and Borolzoi Dashdondog.

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Mongolian Folktales. Illus. by Norovsambuugiin Baatartsog. Avery Press, $ (). 3–6. This selection of 25 stories from Mongolia was carefully translated and sheds light on a culture rich in history.

Baatartsog is a contemporary Mongolian artist who illustrated these tales with intricate paper-cut artwork. Young. One can divide Mongolian folktales into four main groups: First are the tales that feature animals acting like men.

One might call these stories fables but maybe an European reader would get the wrong impression if you did because the Mongolian animal-tales are a little more subtle concerning the moral message.

The children’s book contains folktales of high educational and moral values from 25 countries including Mongolia and beautiful illustrations to the stories were drawn by children of schools across the Kingdom.

The World Folklore book series by multiple authors includes books A Fire in My Heart: Kurdish Tales, The Seven Swabians, and Other German Folktales, Lao Folktales, and several more. See the complete World Folklore series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.

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Mongolian Folktales contains 25 short we learn in the introduction by Author: Rosie Milne.From the descendants of the Huns and the mighty warrior, Chinggis Khan (or, as he is known to Westerners, Genghis Khan), and the land of the steppes and the Gobi Desert, come tales of passion, strife, magic, and laughter.

This collection of traditional Mongolian folktales, the only one of its kind currently available in English, features more than 60 fascinating stories, ranging .