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The Tar-Baby Story at Home

W. Norman Brown
The Scientific Monthly
Vol. 15, No. 3 (Sep., 1922), pp. 228-234
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/6549
Page Count: 7
Subjects: General Science Biological Sciences
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Notes and References

This item contains 6 references.

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  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Pañca̵vudha-ja̵taka (Ja̵taka 55)
    • The Earliest English Version of the Fables of Bidpai, Initroduction, p. xliv
    • The Fables of ,Æ̵sop (Caxton 's edition), vol. 1, pp. 113 and 136
  • 2
    Dähnhardt, Natursagen4, 27ff.
  • 3
    E. C. Parsons in Folk-Lore, 30: 227
  • 4
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • Africa: Barker and Sinclair, "West African Folk-Tales," p. 71
    • Nassau, "Where Animals Talk p. 23
    • Folk-Lore, 10: 282
    • 20: 443
    • 21: 215
    • literary: Samyutta Nika̵ya, 5: 3, 7
    • Parisista- parvan, 2: 740
    • oral: Indian Antiquary, 20: 29, and 29: 400
    • Gordon, "Indiani Folk Tales" (2d ed.), p. 67
    • Bompas, "Folklore of the Santal Parganas," p. 325 (oral)
  • 7
    Indian Antiquary, 29: 400.
  • 8
    Gordon, "'Indian Folk Tales" (2d ed.), p. 67.