Myths and Legends of Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland

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Brill Archive, Jan 1, 1985 - Legends - 254 pages
 

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Contents

A Short Survey of History in particular of Lesotho
11
The Tswana
24
Swazi Religion and Myths
35
The Oldest Tales
51
Salomone the Orphan
89
Mosebodi
92
Two Magic Birds
95
TheHyenaMen
98
The MotherCow
183
Masilonyano
185
Thakane
187
A Bride for the Chief
191
Senkatane and the ManEating Monster
193
The ElephantWife
198
How Tsaile found a Husband
200
The Wife who practised Witchcraft
205

ModisaoaDipodi
102
The EggPrince
107
Polo
110
Rasenkepengand Motsesa Ill 26 The Milk Tree
114
Mohales Daughter
120
Monyohe
122
The Moonprince
126
The Two Sisters
132
Totoana
135
The Origin of Marriage
137
The OstrichEgg Wife
139
Sekolomi
140
The Bride and the Monster
143
Tselane and her Eater
149
The Spirits of the Dead
151
The Children of the Turtle Doves
154
The Girl and the Cannibal
162
In Search of his Father
165
Masilo
169
Masilo and Thakane
172
The Nyamatsane
174
The Girl and the Bird
177
The Maneating Woman
181
the Sorcerers Familiar
208
Prince Madlebe
210
The Woman and the Baboon
214
MotherinLaw was a Witch
216
Hlakanyane
219
The Boy and his Bull
222
The Two Brothers
225
The Boy who had a Baby
226
The Bird Prince
229
Fables
232
The Fox and the Hyena
235
the Lions Share
236
Lion and Baboon
237
The Tortoise
238
The Well
240
Gratitude
243
The Hyena and the Jackal
245
The Jackal and the Lion
246
Work
247
Gemsbok and Zebra
248
Kanka the Jackal and Wabayi the Crow
249
Proverbs and Expressions
250
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