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Tales of a Korean grandmother. Illustrated with reproductions from old Korean paintings. [print]

By: Material type: TextTextSeries: Tut books. LPublication details: Rutland, Vermont, C. E. Tuttle Company [(c)1973.Description: 287 pages illustrations 19 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0804810435
  • 9780804810432
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • GR342.C295.T354 1973
  • GR342.C295.T354 1973
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Contents:
The house of Kim -- Land of morning brightness Ki Ja's pottery hats -- Why the dog and the cat are not friends -- Sticks and turnips! Sticks and turnips! -- The tiger and the puppy -- The bird of five virtues -- The blind man's daughter -- The man who lived a thousand years -- A fortune from a frog -- The great fifteenth day -- A Korean Cinderella -- The rabbit that rode on a tortoise -- Letters from heaven -- The mourner who sang and the nun who danced -- The ant that laughed too much -- Rice from a cat's fur -- The beggars' friend -- The village of the pure queen -- A story for sale -- The two stone giants -- The mole and the miryek -- The king's seventh daughter -- The woodcutter and the old men of the mountain -- The good brother's reward -- The pansu and the stableboy -- The sparrows and the flies -- Clever Sim who would "squeeze" -- The tiger hunter and the mirror -- The rooster and the centipede -- The rock of the falling flower -- Epilogue--many, many years later: Ok Cha's strangest stories.
Summary: A Korean grandmother tells her grandchildren the traditional tales and legends of their country.
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Item type Current library Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode
Juvenile Book (10-day checkout) Juvenile Book (10-day checkout) G. ALLEN FLEECE LIBRARY JUVENILE COLLECTION - 2ND FLOOR FICTION PZ8.1.C227Ta 1973 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001824669

A Korean grandmother tells her grandchildren the traditional tales and legends of their country.

The house of Kim -- Land of morning brightness Ki Ja's pottery hats -- Why the dog and the cat are not friends -- Sticks and turnips! Sticks and turnips! -- The tiger and the puppy -- The bird of five virtues -- The blind man's daughter -- The man who lived a thousand years -- A fortune from a frog -- The great fifteenth day -- A Korean Cinderella -- The rabbit that rode on a tortoise -- Letters from heaven -- The mourner who sang and the nun who danced -- The ant that laughed too much -- Rice from a cat's fur -- The beggars' friend -- The village of the pure queen -- A story for sale -- The two stone giants -- The mole and the miryek -- The king's seventh daughter -- The woodcutter and the old men of the mountain -- The good brother's reward -- The pansu and the stableboy -- The sparrows and the flies -- Clever Sim who would "squeeze" -- The tiger hunter and the mirror -- The rooster and the centipede -- The rock of the falling flower -- Epilogue--many, many years later: Ok Cha's strangest stories.

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