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The Mouse-deer (Kantjil) in Malayo-Indonesian Folklore : Alternative Analyses and the Significance of a Trickster Figure in South-East Asia

July 14th, 2009 07:16. By Philip Fric`k Mckean[i] Several methods of analysis have been used by past generations of ethnologists, each claiming to make rich strikes in the folklore lode. The methods of mining these cultural treasures found in folk literature have reflected the predominant theoretical concerns of the ...detail... »

The Mouse-deer (Kantjil) in Malayo-Indonesian Folklore : Alternative Analyses and the Significance of a Trickster Figure in South-East Asia

A Comparative Study of Japanese and Indonesian Folklores

June 24th, 2009 08:23. By James Danandjaja[i] The History of Folklore Research in Japan and Indonesia As in Indonesia, folklore has long been collected and studied by Japanese scholars, especially those in the humanities. The difference is that, in Japan, folklore was originally from the outset collected by the ...detail... »

A Comparative Study of Japanese and Indonesian Folklores
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