4 edition of Fairy folk tales of the Maori found in the catalog.
Fairy folk tales of the Maori
Reprint of the 2d ed. published by Whitcombe & Tombs, Auckland, N.Z., in 1930.
|Statement||by James Cowan.|
|LC Classifications||GR375 .C6 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 173 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||75035246|
notes on maori folk-tales of the fairy people. BY JAMES COWAN. PATU-PAIAREHE is the name applied by the Maori to the mysterious forest-dwelling race who, for want of a more exact term, may be described as the fairies of New Zealand. In addition, some books on fairy tales from other parts of the world have also just been added such as: Welsh fairy-tales and other stories collected and edited by P.H. Emerson (); Chinese fairy tales told in English by Herbert A. Giles () and Fairy folk tales of the Maori by James Cowan ().
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Published in Maoriland Fairy Tales by Edith Howes (), Ward Lock & Co, Limited. Read Maori legend, fairy tales and folk tales from New Zealand by the Polynesian inhabitants. These people are said to have arrived before CE and the oral tales they told are strong parts of their culture.
Fairy tales Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cowan, James, Fairy folk tales of the Maori. New York: AMS Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Cowan. Fairy tales: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cowan, James, Fairy folk tales of the Maori.
Auckland [etc.] Whitcombe & Tombs limited, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Cowan. Maori Lore of Lake, Alp and Fiord: Folk Lore, Fairy Tales, Traditions and Place-Names of the Scenic Wonderland of the South Island by Beattie, Herries and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Fairy Folk Tales of the Maori Hardcover – June 1, by J.
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Ltd., Dunedin, NZ. Fairy folk tales of the Maori – Book by James Cowan By Mark Wallbank 25/04/ 25/04/ Loving this old gem I dug out of an old South Island second hand bookstore while on a recent roadtrip.
Books shelved as fairy-tales-folk-tales-fables: Saint George and the Dragon by Margaret Hodges, The Princess and the Warrior: A Tale of Two Volcanoes by. In Māori mythology, patupaiarehe are pale-skinned, fair or red-haired spirit beings that live in deep forests and mountaintops in New Zealand, and are sometimes hostile to humans.
Ethereal flute music and singing sometimes reveals their presence. They are known as iwi-atua, or supernatural people.
They are usually described as having the same stature as ordinary people. James Cowan, ‘The patu-paiarehe: notes on Maori folk-tales of the fairy people.’ Journal of the Polynesian Society 30 (): 96–; – › Back.
Books shelved as folk-tales-and-fairy-tales: The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka, とつくにの少女 6 [Totsukuni no shōjo 6] by Nagabe, とつくにの少女 5 [. Buy Fairy Folk Tales of the Maori by Cowan, J.
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Peacocke’s storytelling career began in the early s and. Fairy Tale and Folk Tale Books Our bumper page of the most well-known folktales, fables and fairytales by authors such as Hans Christian Andersen, The Brothers Grimm, Aesop, as well as modern classics. ISSN: Issue In this st issue of the Baba Indaba’s Children's Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the New Zealand, Maori tale of Hine-Moa (Hin-ee-moh-ah).
This story occurs in and around Lake Rotorua, in the central North Island of New Zealand. Rangi-Uru was the name of the mother of a chief called Tutanekai; she was the wife of Whakaue-Kaipapa (the great ancestor of the.
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The Three Billy Goats Gruff can't wait to cross the bridge and eat the sweet green grass that's on the other side. But can they get past the Bad Old Toll wit. HAWAIIAN FOLK TALES Hawaiian folk and fairy tales and has a shorter sub-title of Maori Folklore. The book contains 23 Maori myths and legends collected by Sir George Grey and published in Sir George Grey was twice appointed Governor General of New Zealand firstly from toand again from to A DigitalNZ story by: National Library of New Zealand Topics - Explore Māori culture through pūrakau about creation myths including; gods, goddesses, whenua, taniwha, Ranginui and Papatūānuku, the exploits of Māui, the voyage of Kupe and the discovery of Aotearoa.
SCIS no. Folk and Fairy Tales is a anthology of 25 fairy tales from around the world that have been collected and retold by Ruth fact, the book is mostly a collection of tales published in previous Manning-Sanders anthologies. Stories are pulled from A Book of Dragons, A Book of Mermaids, A Book of Witches, A Book of Dwarfs, A Book of Devils and Demons, A Book of Kings and.Introduction by Derek Brewer.
This book discusses the characteristics of the traditional fairy tale in Europe and North America, and various theories of its development and interpretation.
The book deals with the main collections - the Grimm brothers, Hans Andersen.The Science of Fairy Tales: An Enquiry into Fairy Mythology, by Edwin Sidney Hartland (HTML at ) The Strange Story Book (London et al.: Longmans, Green and Co., ), by Mrs.
Lang, ed. by Andrew Lang, illust. by H. J. Ford (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML).