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View the PDF document The Brahman and the snake
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Bhola Nath, Moonie
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 49

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View the PDF document The Cricket match
Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 9
This story is about a cricket match between the animals in the forest with Bo Lion and Bo Monkey as the team’s captains.

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View the PDF document The Lagahoo
Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 20
In this story a man named Bo Bo has an encounter with a shape-shifting creature with chains around its neck.

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View the PDF document The Naw (barber-man) who could not keep a secret
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Ramdial, Birbal
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 10

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View the PDF document The Pundit and the thieves
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Sadhwine, Rajo
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 19

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View the PDF document The Race
Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 12
This is the story of how Bo Lizard defeated Bo Dog in a race.

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View the PDF document The Runaway
Author(s): Mills, Therese
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 11

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View the PDF document The School bus and Jai
Author(s): Bassant, Reynold
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 5

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View the PDF document The Soucouyant
Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 22
An attack on a villager’s best cow fuels the hunt for the blood sucking creature that poses as a human during the day and a ball of fire at night.

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View the PDF document The Steelband
Author(s): Smith, Keith
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 45

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View the PDF document The boy and the Douens
Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 18
In this story, a little boy who liked to have his own way, disobeyed his parents and went too deep in the forest one day. He got lost and came across some strange looking children, whose feet were turned backward, with their heels facing forward.

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View the PDF document The cat and the rat
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p.1

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View the PDF document The challenge
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Sadhwune, Rajo
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 32

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View the PDF document The cunning fox
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 57

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View the PDF document The donkey that tried to bark
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 7

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View the PDF document The fisherman and the conch-shell
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu ; Edmund, Jaikaran
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 1

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View the PDF document The foolish Sipahee (guard)
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Edmund, Jaikaran
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 43

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View the PDF document The foolish king
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 39

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View the PDF document The golden hair
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 19

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View the PDF document The hungry thief
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Sinanan, Bhagwandaye
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 63

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View the PDF document The lady and her three sons
Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 16
This is the story about the three brothers Big Eye, Thin Foot and Broad Mouth.

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View the PDF document The pig saves the King’s life
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 101

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View the PDF document The poisoned roti
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 51

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View the PDF document The two fishermen
Author(s): Ashtine, Eaulin
Contributor(s): Robins, Brian
Source: Monkey Liver Soup and other Tales from Trinidad, p. 12

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View the PDF document The voice of the flute
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 43

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View the PDF document The wisdom of the Manthri (secretary)
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Jagat
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 23

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View the PDF document The wit of the advisor
Author(s): Maharaj, Ashram B.
Contributor(s): Roopnarine, Vishnu; Jagat
Source: Indo-Trinidadian folk tales in the oral tradition, p. 56

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View the PDF document The young man and the diablesse
Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 24
A recently married young man is lured into a dark lonely place by a pretty girl who, at midnight, turns into an old, ugly woman with one foot in the form of a cloven hoof.

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View the PDF document Three wise fools
Author(s): Parmasad, Kenneth Vidia
Contributor(s): Gittens, Marquis
Source: Salt and roti: Indian folk tales of the Caribbean, a first collection, p. 15

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