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In Quest of Indian Folktales: Pandit Ram Gharib Chaube and William Crooke
Part I. The Quest for Indian Folktales1. Pandit Ram Gharib Chaube and William Crooke 2. The Golden Manuscripts 3. Crooke, Chaube, and Colonial Folkloristics, 18681914 4. Post-colonial ConclusionsPartExpand
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The Story-Time of the British Empire: Colonial and Postcolonial Folkloristics
In The Story-Time of the British Empire, author Sadhana Naithani examines folklore collections compiled by British colonial administrators, military men, missionaries, and women in the BritishExpand
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Logic in a Popular Form: Essays on Popular Religion in Bengal
Reviewed Medium: book Authors: Sumanta Banerjee Year: 2010 Pages: 233 Publisher: Seagull Books ISBN: 9781906497552 (hard cover). Prices: 35(hard cover).
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An Axis Jump: British Colonialism in the Oral Folk Narratives of Nineteenth-Century India
How did colonialism add on to the repertoire of Indian oral folk narratives? In its everyday life colonial society had to deal with inter-culturality at every level - from personal to social. TheExpand
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Resistance Site 3: The Countryside
A Wild Philology
The Kinder- und Hausmärchen (KHM), first published in 1812, has recently celebrated two centuries of uninterrupted popularity. This is also the book that has engaged Donald Haase over many years.Expand
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Reflections and Responses Roundtable Day 2, Part 6 of 7