ERIC Number: ED371391
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1994
Reference Count: N/A
Folklore around the World: An Annotated Bibliography of Folk Literature.
Eastman, Kristen Paletti, Ed.; Omura, Grace Inokuchi, Ed.
Fourth in a series, the annotated bibliographies in this collection were compiled by students in the Traditional Literature and Oral Narration class at the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa. These bibliographies are designed to make information about specific topics in traditional literature easily accessible to teachers and librarians. Each of the 11 annotated bibliographies in the collection contains an introduction to the particular topic and an annotated bibliography of both scholarly works and tales retold for young people. Annotated bibliographies in the collection are: (1) "Christmas Gift Givers" (Kristen Paletti Eastman); (2) "Iktomi, the Sioux Trickster" (Grace Omura); (3) "The Roles of Coyote in Selected Native American Cultures" (Catherine Thomas); (4) "Hi'iaka the Hero" (Noenoe Moan); (5) "Kahalaopuna, the Rainbow Maiden of Manoa Valley" (Lei Tan); (6) "Urban Legends of Hawaii" (Sandy Pak); (7) "Elijah the Prophet in Jewish Folk Literature" (Karen Zinn Heau); (8) "The Kappa" (Judi R. Kobayashi); (9) "The Badger in Folktales of Japan" (Lois Tagami); (10) "Kame: Japanese Sea Turtles and Tortoises" (Nancy Yomogida); and (11) "The Rice Cake Motif in Japanese Folktales" (Pam Yuen). (Author/RS)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Hawaii Univ., Manoa. School of Library and Information Studies.