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|Issue Date:||25 Sep 2015|
|Description:||Genre: Fable. Title: 25 Sept 2015 I made a trip with Offie, a friend from kampong Nara, to Dhure, Mbako and Teo, where his wife (newly wed) is from. We arrived in Teo in the early afternoon. We had some rice and coffee there and chatted with Teresia Lue and her husband, and another resident. Steffen from Dhure was also there. Lue is orinally from Nitung but has lived in Teo all of her adult life, so her accent is rather Teo-like. The two tales she told, both fables, are "Teo tales" she said. This fable is Wawi no'o Ro'a (Pig and Monkey). Like in most fables they are friends but become enemies because one of them does not share food. The moral is that the greedy one is killed in the end, to the rejoice of his former friend, here joined by a kind of ant.|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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