Forty Folk Stories From Around The WorldBook - 1996
People of all ages love to watch the escapades of tricksters. In modern times, we watch Bugs Bunny, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote even Ace Ventura and Bart Simpson. But these contemporary characters have roots in antiquity. The trickster is a universal archetype, found in every culture: Anansi among the African people, Coyote in the American Southwest, Raven in the Pacific Northwest, Rabbit in the American South, the leprechaun in Ireland, Fox in South America.
Publisher: Little Rock : August House, 1996
Branch Call Number: 398.3 SHE
Characteristics: 172 p
Alternative Title: Forty folk stories from around the world