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|Issue Date:||18 Jun 2015|
|Description:||Genre: Folk tale. Title: Ruane more ka'e ari (The two live like siblings, alt. Ata ci khi lokene [The man who asked for kecipir skin) Lengu Nandene (b. c. 1916) tells a scary fairy tale about two children who are abducted by an odd fellow, "man who asks for kecipir skin", on the way to their parent's plantation. They are kept in his hut, with guards. They manage to escape before they are cut/sacrificed though, through the ceiling. Then they hide with a man by the path, in his sack. The odd fellow searches for them, but is fooled. The two siblings can finally return to their parents. Photos in SD1-044 to SD1-050, and in SD1-025 to SD1-028|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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