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Title: Papa Bois saves a Deer
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 26
Papa Bois is the protector of the a forest. He protects all its creatures, flora and fauna. In this story Papa Bois tricks a hunter and his dog to save a deer’s life.

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Title: Bo Nancy and Tar baby
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 14
In this West Indian folk tale, an old man gets his revenge on the trickster Bo Nancy. The old man builds a tar baby, puts a piece of bread in its hand, and puts it to stand at the junction where Bo Nancy is sure to pass. Bo Nancy, unaware that it is a trap, tries to take the bread from the tar baby, but gets stuck to it instead. He is forced to remain stuck to the tar baby until the old man returns and punishes Bo Nancy.

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Title: The Race
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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Title: The young man and the diablesse
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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Title: The Cricket match
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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Title: The boy and the Douens
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 Author(s): Alladin, M.P.
Title: Bo Nancy and the Yams
Source: Folk Stories and Legends of Trinidad, p. 7
An old man is tricked by the character Bo Nancy. Bo Nancy convincs an old man that he would get a larger yam crop if he planted packages of boiled yams and salt-fish wrapped fig leaves. Bo Nancy then returns in the night, eats all the yam and salt fish, and laughs at the foolish old man he has tricked.

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Title: The lady and her three sons
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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Title: The Soucouyant
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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Title: The Lagahoo
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 Author(s): Anthony, Michael
Title: Winky and the Sapodilla Tree
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 51

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View the PDF document Author(s): Ashtine, Eaulin
Title: Monkey Liver Soup
Contributor(s): Robins, Brian
Source: Monkey Liver Soup and other Tales from Trinidad, p. 1

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View the PDF document Author(s): Ashtine, Eaulin
Title: How the agouti lost its tail
Contributor(s): Robins, Brian
Source: Monkey Liver Soup and other Tales from Trinidad, p. 23

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View the PDF document Author(s): Ashtine, Eaulin
Title: Young Nelson and Old Nelson
Contributor(s): Robins, Brian
Source: Monkey Liver Soup and other Tales from Trinidad, p. 31

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

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View the PDF document Author(s): Assee, Siegmund
Title: Recovery
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 80

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

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View the PDF document Author(s): Dean, Darryl
Title: Woodbrook Boys make a Snowman
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 107

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View the PDF document Author(s): Farrell, Lucia
Title: Ma Mathilda's Terite
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 99

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View the PDF document Author(s): Giuseppi, Undine
Title: Play Mas'
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 59

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View the PDF document Author(s): Hodge, Merle
Title: Millicent
Contributor(s): Mills, Therese (compiler)
Source: The Shell Book of Trinidad Stories, p. 21

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