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Kình Lương Pyạ Po

Authors: Nguyen Van Ke
The book that you are holding is a collection of the two folk tales in verse of the Tay ethnic minority living in Ha Giang province, Vietnam North. The first folk tale in verse named KÌNH LƯƠNG PYẠ PO is about the life of the boy named Kinh Luong whose father died soon, his mother was forced to marry an evil man
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KÌNH LƯƠNG PYẠ PO - Who Lost His Father (The Two Folk Tales in Verse of the Tay Ethnic Minority)
The book that you are holding is a collection of the two folk tales in verse of the Tay ethnic minority living in Ha Giang province, Vietnam North. The first folk tale in verse named KÌNH LƯƠNG PYẠ PO is about the life of the boy named Kinh Luong whose father died soon, his mother was forced to marry an evil man. The second folk tale in verse named BẦN VƯƠNG SẢO MẠ is about the life of the boy of the Jade Emperor (Ngọc Hoàng – the king of the Sky kingdom) named Hương Nhu, because his father had to go back to the Sky, he became an orphan. Huong Nhu had to work hard as grass cutter for the King, accidentally, he made King’s daughter pregnant, after all, thanks to miracles of the Jade Emperor, he became the King of the country. Contents: Parts: I – Introduction. KÌNH LƯƠNG PYẠ PO (Kinh Luong who lost his father) and BẦN VƯƠNG SẢO MẠ in the Tay ethnic minority’s phonetic transcription. II - KÌNH LƯƠNG PYẠ PO and BẦN VƯƠNG SẢO MẠ in the Vietnamese translation.

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Authors Nguyen Van Ke
Translators N/A
Languages Tay-Thai, Vietnamese
Publisher Hoi nha van
Associate Publisher Xunhasaba
ISBN/ISSN 978-604-53-9476-0
Weight 0.0000
Origin Publications in Vietnam
Dimension 14.5 x 20.5
Pages 231
Year 2017
Format Hardcover
Store name Export Department

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