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Favorite Folktales from Around the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Wonder Talkes, Tall Tales, and Brag Summary

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Wonder Talkes, Tall Tales, and Brag Summary

Talk is a story from Africa. In it a man is tending his yams when one talks to him. Soon several common things around his farm have spoken to him and he takes off running. He meets a fisherman, who, upon hearing the story has his fishing trap talk to him. They both run and meet a weaver. They relate their tale and the weaver's cloth speaks. The farmer, the fisherman and the weaver continue running and find a man standing in the river and the river talks to them. All four of them take off running and come to the chief. The chief sits down to listen and sends them all away. When they are gone, the chief's stool says that it is an amazing story about a talking yam.

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