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Published by UCLA Latin American Center Publications, University of California in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bororo Indians -- Folklore.,
  • Bororo mythology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohannes Wilbert and Karin Simoneau, editors ; contributing authors, César Albisetti, Antonio Colbacchini, Angelo Jayme Venturelli.
    SeriesFolk literature of South American Indians, UCLA Latin American studies ;, v. 57
    ContributionsWilbert, Johannes., Simoneau, Karin., Albisetti, César., Colbacchini, Antônio, 1881-1960., Venturelli, Angelo Jayme.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF2520.1.B75 F64 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 339 p. :
    Number of Pages339
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2818720M
    ISBN 100879030577
    LC Control Number83620002

      Those figurines could be tied to a stick and swung in the air, making an amphibian buzzing much like aíǰe did. Thus the aíǰe went on to become one of the totems of the Bororo. Albisetti, C.,; Colbacchini, A.; and Venturelli, A. J.; Wilbert, J. and Simoneau, K. eds. () Folk Literature of the Bororo Indians. Shop for a variety of Books On Indian Theatre & Drama. Our vast collection, at ExoticIndia, includes a variety of exclusive Books on Indian Performing Arts.

    Characteristics of Folk Literature. Setting Character Plot Theme Style. Folktales employ certain characteristics or conventions common to virtually all tales. The most familiar involve the setting, character, plot, theme and conflict, and style. Wilbert J. and Simoneau K. Folk Literature of the Bororo Indians (UCLA Latin American Center Publications, Vol. 57). University of California, Los Angeles, Seeger A. Nature and Society in Central Brazil: The Suya Indians of Mato by:

      Wilbert J, Simoneau K (eds) () Folk literature of the Bororo Indians, vol I. UCLA Latin American Center Publications, Los Angeles Google Scholar Wilbert J, Simoneau K (eds) () Folk literature of the Gê Indians, vol by: 2. Folk literature of the Yamana Indians: Martin Gusinde's collection of Yamana narratives, Johannes Wilbert, editor. , Toronto Public Library.


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