Postscript to the Union of Two Worlds: An Expository Note

@article{Wilson2018PostscriptTT,
  title={Postscript to the Union of Two Worlds: An Expository Note},
  author={J. Wilson},
  journal={Folklore},
  year={2018},
  volume={129},
  pages={78 - 90}
}
Abstract This note is a follow-up, update, and correction of ‘The Union of Two Worlds: Reconstructing Elements of Proto-Athabaskan Folklore and Religion’, published in Folklore in 2016. First, the note addresses evidence presented by a new publication. Next, it adds an omitted illustration of the comparison of a Navajo ‘Big Fly’ with a Tibetan ‘enemy god’. Finally, it corrects a small-but-meaningful error and clarifies a resulting interpretation about the Huns in Buddhist literature. 

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