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|Other titles||Myths & legends of Formosan aborigines.|
|Series||Asian folklore and social life monographs,, v. 18|
|LC Classifications||GR338 .H6 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||388|
|LC Control Number||72191431|
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Comparative study of myths and legends of Formosan aborigines. Taipei, Orient Cultural Service, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: 何廷瑞.
by 何廷瑞 = 台灣土著的神話, 傳說比較研究 / 何廷瑞著.; Tʻing-jui Ho A Comparative Study of Myths and Legends of Formosan Aborigines. Alsace Wisdom and Initiation in Gabon: A Philosophical Analysis of Fang Tales, Myths, and Legends.
Bonaventure Mvé Ondo - The Religions of the Pre-Contact Victorian Aborigines. Colin Leslie Dean - Stewart, Jon. The Hegel Myths and Legends. Erich P. Schellhammer comparative study of myths and legends of formosan aborigines by Ho Ting-Jui = 台灣土著的神話・傳説比較研究 / 何廷瑞著 （Asian folklore and social life monographs, 18） 東方文化書局, A Comparative Study of Myths and Legends of Formosan Aborigines.
 山田仁史. 石井真二とJ.G.フレィザ-台湾原住民研究とキリス人類學の出会ぃ素描. 台湾原住民研究, ,03  Myths of A Comparative Study of Myths and Legends of Formosan Aborigines. 台北:台原出版社,  刘育玲. 赛德克族口传民间故事研究. 花莲师院民间文学所,  浦忠成. Australian Aboriginal Dreaming Stories (Myths and Legends) Myth and Custom of the Australian Aborigines: A short study in comparative ethnology, Mercury Office, West Maitland,83p.
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Research group for comparative sociology University of Helsinki; Research reports; No. 24, :// AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL DREAMING STORIES: A CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PUBLISHED WORKS There has been some overlap in selecting items dealing with 'myths and legends' and A Study in Comparative Religion, London,2 volumes.
Schulze, Rev. EAST ASIAN THEMES IN F O L K T A L E S OF THE FORMOSAN A B O R I G I N E S By Tin g-ju i H o Indiana University I. Introduction This paper is based on two collections of tales: The Myths and Traditions of the Formosan Native Tribes (Tokyo, )，by Naoyoshi Ogawa and Erin Asai，and The Mythology of the For mosan Aborigines (Taihoku, )， by Yukichi Sayama and MythoReligio is a series of books that are written for the purpose of researching and interfaith, comparative religion, world myth, wisdom quotes, ancient aliens & conspiracy theory Menu The Dreamtime Book: Australian Aboriginal Myths.
XXX: Louis Braille. Reed, A. Myths and Legends of Australia. Sydney: Reed. A Comparative Study of Indian Mythology from the Vedas to the Puranas. Epics, Myths, and Legends of India: A Comprehensive Survey of the Sacred Lore of the Hindus, Buddhists, ~kdickson/ This seems to be true in some accounts of this myth that we find elsewhere.
For examples, see T'ing-jui, Ho, A comparative study of myths and legends of Formosan aborigines (Taipei: Orient Cultural Service, ), –3. There we find—Story ‘Long ago the sun hung low over the :// This is an excellent, if somewhat dated, book about the myths, legends and religions of the South Pacific.
The introduction gives an overview of the various peoples and culture groups of Oceania, including the Australian aborigines (the indigenous people of Australia), the Melanesians (darker skinned people of New Guinea and other parts of the western Pacific), the Micronesians (the native A Book of Myths, by Jean Lang, illust.
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from the German by Murray Stein and published posthumously. Irving, Texas: Spring Publications. Knappert, Jan Anderson's book has given focus to a line of argument in which not only nationalism but also ethnicity are seen as reflexes of the Euroamerican colonial enterprise.
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Students of anthropology, folklore, and religion study myths in different ways, distinguishing them from various other forms of popular, often orally transmitted, ://&legends. the light of the modern science of comparative religion was Daniel Garrison Brinton, professor of American languages and archaeology in the University of Philadelphia.
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Theories Of Myth Anthropology Folklore And Myth Unabridged republication of Myths and Legends of the Australian Aboriginals, Ballantyne Press FLOOD, THE. FLOOD, peoples relate that floods accompany the end of a world. According to one Egyptian text, the world will disappear in the Nun, the divine water where the first god was formed (The Book of Going Forth by Day ).For the Aztec and the Maya, the universe goes through several eras, separated from each other by the invasion of :// Philosophy in Taiwan(Chinese: 台灣哲學) is the set of philosophical and thought movements in Taiwan, while Taiwanese Philosophy approaches Taiwan as a subject of philosophical significance.
For instance, the postwar concurrence with Neo-Confucianism canonized the Chinese Philosophy in Taiwan, contra the Cultural Revolution in the People's Republic of China, may somehow omit the complexity The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion = The Golden Bough: A Study in Religion and Magic, James George Frazer The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion (retitled The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion in its second edition) is a wide-ranging, comparative study of mythology and religion, written by the Scottish anthropologist Sir James George :// Natives of Formosa: British Reports of the Taiwan Indigenous People, – Taipei: Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines Publishing.
Anderson, Benedict (). Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism (New Edition). London etc.: Verso. Websites ute of Taiwan History, Academia Yinglong occurs in various additional Chinese texts.
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Lewis Spence, in the Preface, describes his purpose in writing the book as providing the reader with "the treasures of romance latent in the subject, the peculiar richness of which has Li, Paul Jen-kuei.
Classification of Formosan languages: Lexical evidence. BIHP 李壬癸。。〈閩南語喉塞音尾性質的檢討〉。《歷史語言研究所集刊》 。 Li, Paul Jen-kuei. A comparative study of Bunun dialects. =htm. Such myths may be regarded as evidence of remote racial movements, which, although unsupported by record or tradition, are also indicated by ethnological data.
It is hoped that the reader will find much suggestive material in this connection in their study of the myths and legends of The Aborigines of Western Australia: A short amateur ethnography, one of the few to discuss the Western Australian Aborigines, including music notation for several short songs.
Some Myths and Legends of the Australian Aborigines: This is a short collection of Australian Aborigine folklore, addressed to a general › Home › eBooks. Studies of the myths of North and South American natives, Australian aborigines, the peoples of S Africa, and others have revealed how widespread are many mythological elements and motifs.
Although there is no specific universal myth, there are many themes and motifs that recur in the myths And this inference is fully confirmed by a comparative study of the myths and superstitions, as well as of the primitive legal ideas and social customs, of the various parts of the Indo-European Research Description My research interests lie in the study of the Formosan languages and Formosan linguistics.
My work has revolved around four major research activities: (i) research on the Formosan languages (Tsou, Rukai, Saisiyat, Bunun, Atayal, Pazeh, Puyuma, Yami), (ii) historical linguistics (Comparative study of Rukai and PAn reconstructions based on Formosan language data) =htm.
Legends are defined as “traditional tales of the deeds of heroes, men of a distant past.” Folktales are said to be “traditional tales of im- aginary deeds and events” (p. 55). He differentiates beliefs about gods or supernatural beings from the myths or narratives concerning them.
On the ground that “we have no idea how myths.