West African Folk Tales
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Extended description - A collection of folk tales mostly centered around Anansi. In West African lore Anansi is known as a trickster god, and is often depicted as either a spider, a human or a combinatio
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How We Got the Name Spider Tales
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How Wisdom Became the Property of the Human Race
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Anansi and Nothing
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Thunder and Anansi
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Why the Lizard Moves his Head up and Down
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Tit for Tat
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Why White Ants Always Harm Man's Property
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The Squirrel and the Spider
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Why We See Ants Carrying Bundles
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Why Spiders are Always Found in Corners
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Anansi and the Blind Fisherman
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Adzanumee and her Mother
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The Grinding-stone that Ground Flour by Itself
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Why the Sea-turtle Beats its Breast
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How Beasts and Serpents Came into the World
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Why the Moon and Stars Get Light from the Sun
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Ohia and the Thieving Deer
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How the Tortoise got its Shell
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The Hunter and the Tortoise
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Kwofi and the Gods
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The Lion and the Wolf
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Maku Mawu and Maku Fia
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The Robber and the Old Man
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The Leopard and the Ram
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Why the Leopard only Catches Prey on its Left
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King Chameleon and the Animals
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To Lose an Elephant for the Sake of a Wren
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The Ungrateful Man
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Why Tigers never Attack Men Unless they are Provoked
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The Omanhene Who Liked Riddles
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How Mushrooms First Grew
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Farmer Mybrow and the Fairies
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