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Hausa Folklore; Volume I (Large Print Edition)

Customs; Proverbs; etc.

by Maalam Shaihu

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Published by BiblioBazaar .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11981371M
    ISBN 101434682498
    ISBN 109781434682499

      Hausa Folklore is an enrichment of this proud tradition, which brings the Western world directly into contact with Hausa culture. This volume tells of the origin of the spider, of beautiful maidens, of how hartebeest came by the teardrops under their eyes, of witches, of doctors riding hyenas on pilgrimages, of the cause of thunder, and : Paperback. hausa folk-lore customs, proverbs, etc. wanan litafi tatsunia ne. this is a book of stories. collected and transliterated with english translation and notes by r. sutherland rattray, f.r.g.s., f.r.a.i. of exeter college, oxford assistant district commissioner, ashanti, west africa author of 'chinyanja folk-lore'.

      Hausa folk-tales the Hausa text of the stories in Hausa superstitions and customs, in Folk-lore, and in other publications by Arthur John Newman Tremearne. 0 Ratings ; 0 Want to read. Hausa Folk-lore is a book by Maalam Shaihua, translated by R. Sutherland Rattray, published in It contains twenty-one folk-stories of the Hausa people of book is notable in that it was actually written by one of the Hausa, not a European, as is common in such books from the time period.. External links. Hausa Folk-lore (entire text).

    CONTENTS OF VOL. I. PREFACE. AUTHOR'S NOTE ALPHABET. PART I. A SHORT HISTORY, PURPORTING TO GIVE THE ORIGIN OF THE HAUSA NATION AND THE STORY OF THEIR CONVERSION TO THE MOHAMMEDAN RELIGION. PART II. STORIES IN WHICH PEOPLE ARE THE HEROES AND HEROINES. 1. The story of the slave by name 'The World' 2. How brothers and sisters . "Hausa Folk-lore is a book by Maalam Shaihua, translated by R. Sutherland Rattray, published in It contains twenty-one folk-stories of the Hausa people of Africa. The book is notable in that it was actually written by one of the Hausa, not a European, as is common in such books from the time period.".


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Hausa Folklore: Customs; Proverbs; etc.; Volume I [Shaihu, Maalam] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hausa Folklore: Customs; Proverbs; etc.; Volume I. Hausa Folk-Lore, Customs, Proverbs, Etc.: Collected and Transliterated with English Translation and Notes Volume 1 (Paperback) Published by Hardpress Publishing, United States () ISBN X ISBN This book has 86 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in Description.

Published inthis is a delightful collection of 21 folk tales. The book has an introductory section which details the history of the Hausa people and their relation to Islam. The tales themselves are collected directly from a Hausa Storyteller.

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The Bayajida Legend in Hausa Folklore - Volume 7 Issue 1 - W. Hallam. See Herodotus, The Histories, Book IV. 58 Palmer, Sudanese Memoirs, III, 99– 59 Trimingham, A History of Islam in West Africa, Recommend this journal. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection.

A soul eater is a folklore figure in the traditional belief systems of some African peoples, notably the Hausa people of Nigeria and Niger. Belief in soul eaters is related to traditional folk beliefs in witchcraft, zombies, and related soul eater is supposedly able to consume an individual's spirit, causing a wasting disease that can be fatal; "the soul eater is a classical.

Roman Hausa by Frank Edgars, a Nigerian colonial official, and has subsequently been translated into English by Neil Skinner. The appendix to the volume cross-references Skinner’s English translation to Edgars’ Hausa translation. The folklore is far re- moved from its original Hausa contexts.

Get this from a library. Hausa tales and traditions: an English translation of Tatsuniyoyi Na Hausa originally compiled by Frank Edgar. Volume I. [Frank Edgar; Neil Skinner] -- Originally published inthis book is a translation of Frank Edgar's Hausa folk stories, which was made primarily in Sokoto Province at the direction of Major John Alder, who in gave Edgar.

In this paper, I focus on the attitudes of Sarki (chief or king), Malamai (Islamic leaders or elite) and Azne (non-Muslim or pagan) as well as on their motivations for actions and on how they end up constructing identities in the process.

For the sake of methodology, I will begin with summaries of the two tales to help readers not familiar with them; then I will follow the theme of power. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

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Hausa Folklore is an enrichment of this proud tradition, which brings the Western world directly into contact with Hausa culture. 33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to the Westville Boys High Scholarship Fund enabling gifted but underprivileged South Africans obtain a first class High School education.

This is a collection of Hausa folklore, which is directly sourced from a Hausa storyteller, and translated by a European academic. This originally appeared as two volumes, the translation being in the first one.

These West African stories, from what is today is Nigeria, are from an Islamic background, giving us a look into this important. English translation side by side with the Hausa-Arabic text. Clipping from an ad laid in to Vol. I: "To the folk-lorist and the student of African culture and languages, history, manners and arts, this collection is of great value.

The proverbs are here first published, and the many animal fables throw light on Hausa beliefs." Very good +. Item. Get this from a library. Hausa folktales from Niger. [Robert S Glew; Chaibou Babalé;] -- "The folktales in this volume were originally broadcast over Niger's national radio station La Voix du Sahel during the years and Two well-known storytellers with some twenty years of.

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Tremearne Major A. Tremearne. Hausa Folklore - Kindle edition by Shaihu, Maalam, Sutherland Rattray, R. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Hausa : Maalam Shaihu. HAUSA FOLKLORE - 22 West African Tales and Stories: Translated and Retold by R Sutherland-Rattray - Kindle edition by Unknown.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading HAUSA FOLKLORE - 22 West African Tales and Stories: Translated and Retold by R : Unknown.Hausa Folklore is an enrichment of this proud tradition, which brings the Western world directly into contact with Hausa culture.

This volume tells of the origin of the spider, of beautiful maidens, of how hartebeest came by the teardrops under their eyes, of witches, of doctors riding hyenas on pilgrimages, of the cause of thunder, and more.