Tales From The Bear And Lion

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Tales From The Bear and Lion Shawn White Copyright 2010 by Shawn White
TALES FROM THE BEAR AND LION Collected Fantasy Short Stories S. M. White
Contents: Jar of Hearts The Eyes of Illiat Andore and Illiat You Bury Me The Last
Stand of a Dying Soldier Note: Following each story I have provided a short
commentary discussing the process and creation of the story. Jar of Hearts Old
Man Dudden, He's comin', Old Man Front Cover.

The Lion Storyteller Book Of Animal Tales

Author: Bob Hartman
Publisher: Lion Children's Books
ISBN: 0745961312
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And Bear just grinned some more. For now he would get everything that Rabbit
grew, and Rabbit would be left with nothing but the roots! Rabbit, however, knew
exactly what he was doing. He called his children together. He told them to plant
the field. And a few months later, when the crops were grown, he invited Bear
down to collect his share. “Now let me get this straight,” said Rabbit, as they
walked together to the field. “You get what's on top of the ground? And I get
what's A few ...

Taos Tales

Author: Elsie Clews Parsons
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 048614822X
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The children met a big bear. “Brother Bear, will you help us? Witch old woman is
after us with a club to kill us and to eat us.”——“Yes, now go on to Brother Buffalo!
” Witch old woman came up and she killed the bear. Buffalo said, “You 0 on to
Brother Mountain Lion while I talk to her.” Witch old woman came and with one
swing of her stone axe she killed the buffalo. The little girl said to the lion, “
Brother Lion, can you rotect us ?”—“Yes, you go on to Brother Elk, while I
entertain her.

Tewa Tales

Author: Elsie Clews Parsons
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816514526
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bear. This rime they were sure to kill Handmark boy. A call came to hurry.
Handmark boy got his arrows and bow, and went out with the men . They found
the track of a bear. They said to Handmark boy, " Follow the track. If you kill the
bear, you may keep your wife. If the bear kills you, somebody will take your wife. "
Handmark boy followed the track. He came to a place overgrown with bushes, it
was the only place for the bear to go. He followed the track. His mountain lion
said to him, ...

Tales In Context

Author: Rella Kushelevsky
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 0814342728
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Ms. London, Bet-Din 28, 70a; Ms. Parma 2295, De Rossi 473, 62a (15th century);
Ms. Jerusalem 3182, 123a (Yassif, Ninety-nine Stories, 225, no. 63, where the
bear is replaced by a lion); Mayse buch (Basel), no. 138; Ma'aseh Book, trans.
Gaster, vol. 1, no. 138, 252–254. 2. For a different opinion, cf. Yassif, Kemargalit
bemishbe et, 140, n. 20. 3. For a list of versions, although with no reference to “
The Sabbath Observer and the Bear,” see Lipsker-Albeck, “Ariel: The Recluse
and the ...

A Spinning Of Tales

Author: John E. Keller
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0942566521
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Soon the animals began to realize that under their plan the lion was eating more
of them than he had before. “We must get rid of this lion,” they decided. “That is a
very good idea,” said the baby honey bear, “but how? Who could defeat a lion,
even one as old as this one?” “An elephant could kill a lion,” said a monkey. “I
doubt if we could persuade an elephant to help us,” said the baby bear's father. “
Lions never kill elephants, and this is why no elephants wanted to come to our
meeting.

Folk Tales Of India

Author: S.S. Wanjara Bedi
Publisher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
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But the fox did not believe what the lion had said. The fox felt that she had neither
seen nor heard of such a herb which brought back the dead to life. She started
reflecting deeply and said, “The old lion had played a trick”. Then she slipped
away softly. The lion sat near the tank. The bear and the monkey gave him a bath
. They served the lion's old physical frame. Then the lion went towards his den.
From that day onwards one animal went to his den daily. The lion would kill him
quickly ...

More Tales Alive In Turkey

Author: Warren S. Walker
Publisher: Texas Tech University Press
ISBN: 9780896722866
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The princess recognized the lion at once by the gold piece which she herself had
hung around its neck at the time that the dragon was slain. She called the chief
cook and said to him, "Prepare an attractive basket of food taken from the
padishah's meal, and give it to this lion." Carrying out her order, the chief cook
loaded a basket with some of the most choice food from the padishah's table and
handed it to the lion. After the food had been taken to the inn, the hunter said to
the bear, ...

Biancabella And Other Italian Fairy Tales

Author: Anne Macdonell
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486416618
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Then the bear with his sharp claws scooped out the stuffing from the lion's ears,
and the lion did the same for the wolf and the bear. But all this took much time,
and when at last they got outside the palace, they saw a long funeral procession,
and heard the wails of mourners. Neither the king nor Princess Dorothea was
there, both being prostrate with grief in their apartments in the palace. The beasts
followed soberly and sadly till they came to the cemetery; but there the people
became ...

365 Animal Tales

Author: Om Books Editorial Team
Publisher: Om Books International
ISBN: 8187107529
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The smaller animals and birds waited excitedly to see who would be the winner.
A fox, who had been intently watching the fight for a long time, quickly came in
between the two animals, grabbed the kid and ran away as fast as he could. The
lion and the bear were left staring in amazement. The bear said to the lion, “Alas!
We had been working so hard to get hold of that kid and the reward went to the
fox, who did nothing.” 224 24 Freddie's Cap Once there lived two giraffes, Gertie
and ...