Philippine Folk-Tales eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 222 pages of information about Philippine Folk-Tales.
Table of Contents
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Start of eBook1
Bagobo Myths1
PART I1
CHAPTER 11
CHAPTER 22
CHAPTER 35
PART II8
CHAPTER 19
CHAPTER 210
CHAPTER 313
CHAPTER 414
CHAPTER 515
CHAPTER 616
CHAPTER 717
19
CHAPTER 821
CHAPTER 922
CHAPTER 1023
CHAPTER 1125
CHAPTER 1227
CHAPTER 1330
CHAPTER 1431
CHAPTER 1532
CHAPTER 1632
CHAPTER 1733
CHAPTER 1833
CHAPTER 1934
CHAPTER 2037
CHAPTER 2138
CHAPTER 2238
PART III41
CHAPTER 141
CHAPTER 241
CHAPTER 341
CHAPTER 442
CHAPTER 542
CHAPTER 643
CHAPTER 744
CHAPTER 845
CHAPTER 946
CHAPTER 1047
CHAPTER 1149
CHAPTER 1250
CHAPTER 1352
CHAPTER 1453
CHAPTER 1554
CHAPTER 1654
CHAPTER 1756
CHAPTER 1857
CHAPTER 1957
CHAPTER 2058
CHAPTER 2159
CHAPTER 2260
CHAPTER 2360
PART IV61
PART V63
PART VI63
CHAPTER I66
Cosmogony66
In the Days of the Mona66
Why the Sky Went Up67
Why the Sky Went Up67
The Sun and the Moon67
Origin of the Stars68
The Fate of the Moon’s Baby68
The Black Men at the Door of the Sun68
Story of the Eclipse68
CHAPTER II69
Lumabat and Mebu’yan69
Story of Lumabat and Wari70
How Man Turned into a Monkey72
The Tuglibung and the Tuglay72
The Tuglay and the Bia82
The Malaki’s Sister and the Basolo84
CHAPTER III88
How to See the Buso88
Buso and the Woman88
The Buso’s Basket89
The Buso-Child90
The Buso-Monkey91
The Buso and the Cat92
How a Dog Scared the Buso93
Story of Duling and the Tagamaling93
The S’iring95
How Iro Met the S’iring96
CHAPTER IV96
The Kingfisher and the Malaki96
The Woman and the Squirrel97
The Cat98
Why the Bagobo Likes the Cat99
How the Lizards got their Markings99
The Crow and the Golden Trees103
CHAPTER V104
NOTES105
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